Posted on February 15, 2013 by Alex Jacobs
WFP at work: listening or directing?
A colleague just passed me the World Food Programme’s guidelines on Beneficiary Contact Monitoring.
The idea looks terrific: “Beneficiary Contact Monitoring is a systematic investigation to monitor beneficiaries’ – women’s, men’s, girls’ and boys’ – perceptions of an operation.”
I like the sound of this, particularly coming from a major UN agency. Continue reading
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Posted on October 31, 2012 by Alex Jacobs
Doing a good job – or just moving the money?
Did you see this blog from two World Bank heavy hitters? Recognizing and rewarding the best development professionals
It’s kind of a crazy idea (from an NGO perspective). But the interesting part is their diagnosis of the problem. Continue reading
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