As information and communications technology for development spending takes up an ever-increasing share of program expenditure, it is wise for practitioners to reflect on its usage and draw insights. IT experts Janani Sridharan and Jacklyne Kobek offer some considerations for new technology in programming.
Railway Children have developed a new way of reaching at risk children through a bus terminal in Mwanza, Tanzania. Programme Development Director Pete Kent tells us all about it.
Bond’s departing CEO, Stephanie Draper shares her thoughts on what a bold new direction for the INGO and humanitarian sector could look like.
Bond’s Future Innovation Cards is a curated set of 50 innovations to help individuals and organisations challenge their thinking about the future of international development and the UK’s role in it.
Stephanie Draper on the new tool that will help INGOs build agile responses to the challenges and uncertainties the sector currently faces.
Could ChatGPT be a game-changing moment or will it make us double down on current ways of working that are in desperate need of change in the international development sector?
Key lessons from the world’s largest education development impact bond. How did it work and what did we learn?
With the right strategies in place, remote work can offer many benefits, including increased flexibility and access to a wider talent pool. Here are five best practices for making remote work successful for your NGO.
Jon McNaughton of Transform Trade shares early insights following their rebrand. For any charity leaders, comms staff or anyone who lives in fear or hope of a rebrand, here is what to expect in the early stages.