How consortia adapted to Covid-19

Bond and The Partnering Initiative

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

This infographic shows the way that 13 UK Aid Connect consortia have adapted to Covid-19, the challenges, benefits and the potential factors enabling adaptation.

The Covid-19 pandemic has presented international development consortia with significant challenges. They have had to adapt how they function as consortia along with how they work with   communities and local partners. 

Through this infographic we explore:

  • The initial consequences of Covid-19
  • How consortia adapted their work with communities, key stakeholders and consortium partners
  • The potential challenges, benefits and enablers

This infographic can be used to help shape other consortia’s own adaptation, whether to Covid-19 or other significant and unexpected scenarios. 
For more in-depth details on how consortia adapted, read Dr Jody Delichte’s blog on ‘5 ways development consortia have adapted to Covid-19’.

This has been produced as part of the Learning from Consortia programme.

Resource type: report

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