As CDI turns 10, Partner Chris Barnett takes us through the collective’s origins, how they improved and innovated their models of measuring impact, and reflects on the work that is still to be done.
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.
After another busy year for all our working groups, we here from the SDGs, Funding, Communications, Disability and Development, Humanitarian and People in the Picture groups about what they’ve been up to, and what they’re planning for 2024.
Collecting data that includes everyone is vital to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) commitment to leave no one behind, but the world still has a long way to go. Sightsavers’ Fiona Lawless recently attended the Global Festival de Datos in Uruguay and has shared her reflections on the progress being made on inclusive data and the importance of remembering the person behind the number.
Stephanie Draper on the new tool that will help INGOs build agile responses to the challenges and uncertainties the sector currently faces.
Investing in enterprise and diversifying income streams is vital for INGOs wanting to build financial resilience and adaptability in a rapidly changing world.
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?
At Bond and across the sector, we had a very busy year. Thanks to you, our working groups and many of our allies across the sector and beyond we achieved lots of things this year that we’re proud of. Here are a few of them.