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.
INGOs must work towards more equitable and decolonised monitoring and evaluation frameworks by centring those with lived experience in programme design.
Opportunity International UK shares how they incorporate participatory storytelling video techniques to amplify local voices and enhance Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) processes.
As part of considerations about how we can all be more accountable to the disability movement, CBM Global asked partners – all organisations of people with disabilities – what they really thought of their partnership. Here is what they learned.
This International Women’s Day, Bond members celebrate just some of the many programmes that are putting women and girls at the heart of development.
How can we know if our work is reaching people with disabilities if we don’t have the data to support and measure?
This learning paper provides a summary on why organisations need to collect disability data, what tools are available and practical ways in which these can be used.
A free, online resource designed to support development practitioners involved in monitoring and evaluation.
Working internationally in challenging contexts demands responsiveness and flexibility.