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2018-IFAD-How To Do. Design of Gender Transformative Smallholder Agriculture Adaptation Programmes. Gender and Climate Change Adaptation.

This How to Do Note is intended to provide guidance on how to design smallholder agriculture adaptation programs that consider the differential impacts of climate change on women, men and youth smallholder farmers. This includes recognizing program interventions – from design to staffing to capacity development of beneficiaries and local organizations – need to consider Read More

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2015-World Bank, Government of Japan and FAO-A Good Practices Brief. The Voluntary Guidelines and The World Bank: Increasing Women’s Access to Land, Approaches that Work.

The brief highlights practical approaches that respond to these themes (policy making, legal issues, land tenure governance, technical issues, and communication strategies) and recommendations to increase women’s access to land from a range of projects. The analysis shows that mainstreaming gender into land programs can be achieved—the case studies presented in the brief predominantly utilize Read More

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2020 – USAID – Guidance establishing remote monitoring and management of Gender-based programming in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This guidance brief aims to provide support to national, local and civil society organizations on the frontlines of gender-based violence (GBV) prevention and response on how to set up remote monitoring and management of their interventions. As the COVID-19 pandemic reaches new corners of the globe, its impact is compounded on already overstretched humanitarian operations Read More

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Tools for Innovation Programming – Step 2: Secure Partners & Funding

About the USAID U.S. Global Development Lab. USAID’s legacy of developing and implementing innovative breakthroughs-from the seeds of the green revolution, to microfinance and oral rehydration therapy-has saved lives, created economic opportunity, and advanced human development. For the first time in history we have the scientific and technological tools to put an end to extreme Read More

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Successful Partnerships: A Guide

Hundreds of partnerships have been formed worldwide during the past two decades. Some of them lasted only a short period; others have been operating a long time. Some concentrate on narrow local targets while others ambitiously try to co-ordinate broad policy areas in large regions where millions of people live and work. There are partnerships Read More

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NGOs & Risk: Managing Uncertainty in Local-International Partnerships

In humanitarian emergencies where access is limited and risk is high£ people’s ability to obtain vital assistance often depends on partnerships between national and international aid organizations.In recent years£ driven by the Syrian conflict in particular£ significantly larger portions of international humanitarian aid have been implemented with and through national and local entities. In addition£ Read More

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Platforms for Partnership: Emerging good practice to systematically engage business as a partner in development

The question of how countries can systematically scale up the engagement of business as a partner in development was the subject of the ‘Roadmap’ report,1 launched in April 2014 by the UK Secretary of State, Justine Greening, at the GPEDC high-level meeting in Mexico City. Developed with extensive consultation with business, government and civil society Read More

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Partnerships: A Workforce Development Practitioner’s Guide

Increasingly, organizations are forming partnerships to solve complex workforce development, educational, health and other challenges at institutional, community and regional levels. Funders, including federal and state governments and major foundations, also promote collaborative problem solving through formal partnerships. Workforce development partnerships bring together multiple perspectives and complementary needs, from businesses, education and training providers, workforce Read More

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Maximising the impact of partnerships for the SDGs

The purpose of this guidebook is to support organisations and partnerships to maximise the value created by collaboration towards the Sustainable Development Goals. The guidebook deconstructs what “value” means and the types of value that partnerships can uniquely create. It also explores the range of partnerships that can be established and how the nature of Read More

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Improving Impacts of Research Partnerships

Research is a widely applied instrument for har-nessing knowledge and providing insight into complex development issues. It helps in gener-ating options for policy, management and action, and in empowering people and organizations in developing and transition countries, as well as industrialised countries. Ultimately this should make it easier to cope with the challenges of sus-tainable Read More

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