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Content tagged with “International Development”
God Save the Post-itBeth Kanter’s recent commentary on that famous sticky note explores its great potential to enhance your meeting facilitation technique. We’ve used post-its for all kinds of things...
Tags: Philanthropy, Evaluation Theory and Methods, International Development
Check That EmailEver signed up for a group's advocacy newsletter and received an automated welcome email? Yep, we have as well. So if you've ever wondered how effective these emails are in drawing...
Tags: Africa, International Development, Use of Evaluation, Digital Data
Advocacy in the Global SouthAPEP chief David Devlin-Foltz has co-authored a blog post for the Stanford Social Innovation Review with Hewlett Foundation Program Officer Helena Choi on lessons learned...
Tags: APEP News, International Development, Gender, Women's Empowerment, Data Visualization
Dissecting a Global CampaignBack in early 2013, over 200 organizations came together to launch an international campaign to combat global hunger called Enough Food for Everyone IF. Keeping their eye...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Practice, International Development, global health, Philanthropy
This just in: Pharrell Williams is Danish?The April 16th edition of the excellent Trade Fact of the Week blog hosted by Progressive Economy cites the UN’s World Happiness Report and reveals that the...
Tags: APEP News, United Nations, International Development
Re-scheduled Breakfast Event: Survey with PlaceboThe weather gods haven’t been kind to us here in the District. We even had to cancel our last breakfast meeting in February due to snow. But now that...
Tags: APEP News, International Development, Human Rights
Continuing the (Breakfast) ConversationBig thanks to those of you who braved the rain this Monday to come out to our first advocacy evaluation breakfast of the year!  Pat yourselves on the back...
Tags: APEP News, International Development, Philanthropy
From Money Invested to Lives ChangedAt a recent conference hosted by the Center for Strategic International Studies on the Saving Mothers, Giving Life initiative, Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng of the Uganda...
Tags: International Development, Philanthropy, Movements
Pump Yourself Up: APEP Breakfast Abstract Up on our WebsiteYou may have noticed that the abstract for our upcoming breakfast event on Monday, February 3rd was missing from our website last week....
Tags: APEP News, International Development, Philanthropy
Aid agencies and evaluators use a variety of methods to gather and analyze evidence on the impacts of international aid efforts. However, few have done so by systematically listening to aid...
Tags: Advocacy, Evaluation, international aid, humanitarian, Foreign Aid, International Development

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