Jessica Greenhalf

Jessica Greenhalf

Bond

Jessica joined Bond in April 2015, having previously worked for Restless Development in Uganda and Plan UK. Her role focuses on supporting members to tackle some of the key challenges they are facing in monitoring, evaluation, research and learning. This includes refining Bond's existing effectiveness resources such as the Impact Builder and Health Check, and exploring new opportunities linked to our evolving Futures programme. She is particularly interested in citizen-led accountability and participatory approaches to facilitating change.

Posts

Impact
Now more than ever the sector needs NGO leaders that focus on impact. Bond provides insights on leadership and impact from its effectiveness programme.
21 December 2016
Money
The Department for International Development lacks the flexibility to learn and adapt, according to a recent report from The Independent Commission for Aid Impact.
27 January 2016
Chameleon on hand
What does an organisation that has “embraced complexity” actually look like? Last month a discussion highlighted how different organisations are taking steps to integrate adaptive approaches.
26 October 2015
Tree roots adapting to concrete environment
Imagine a future where there are no development projects addressing development issues.
22 July 2015
Lightbulbs hanging in the sky
Addressing the development problems of todays rapidly changing world requires new strategies and creative thinking
24 June 2015