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Building Better Partnerships to Advance Children’s Rights and Equality for Girls

Plan International is outward-looking, and recognises that we cannot achieve sustainable development outcomes by working alone. This requires us to build relationships with a variety of organisations, institutions and other actors (including the corporate sector), who have an impact on the changes we are seeking. In order to meet our global purpose and achieve the Read More

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Partnerships: Frameworks for Working Together

The Compassion Capital Fund (CCF), administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provided capacity building grants to expand and strengthen the role of nonprofit organizations in their ability to provide social services to low-income individuals. Between 2002 and 2009, CCF awarded 1,277 grants, and the CCF National Resource Center provided training and Read More

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Fundamentals of Evaluating Partnerships Guide

The evaluation guides are a series of evaluation technical assistance tools developed by the CDC Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention (DHDSP) for use by state and local health departments. The guides clarify approaches to and methods of evaluation, provide examples specific to the scope and purpose of health departments, and recommend resources for Read More

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Partnership Assessment Toolkit

Health research partnerships may have a number of benefi ts, including enhancement of the quality of research, exchange of knowledge between counterparts, and development of research capacity. Health research partnerships have the potential to lead to successful collaborations and lasting relationships, and to research that is translated into action to improve health equity. Partnerships frequently Read More

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Building Partnerships Map

Many complex problems have several different yet related causes and ef-fects – with several organisations from different sectors trying to solve things individually. With many organisations having limited resources, forming partnerships is a good approach to not only increase capability, but also your reach. Partnerships help build a common understanding, and harness the knowledge which Read More

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U.N. Youth Score Card

Nepal’s population is characterized as young. One third of the country’s population is aged 10-24 and 41% is under 15[1]. Since Nepal has experienced rapid social, economic and political changes after the conflict, there is a need for social investments in young people that can enable them to live in a healthy, economically productive, and Read More

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Positive Youth Development Measurement Toolkit

This toolkit is the result of a collaborative effort by the YouthPower Learning team. It was prepared by Making Cents International, the International Center for Research on Women, Khulisa Management Services, University of Melbourne and University of Washington, under the authorship of Dr. Laura Hinson, Dr. Chisina Kapungu, Ms. Cassandra Jessee, Dr. Martie Skinner, Dr. Read More

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Positive Youth Development Illustrative Indicators

The Positive Youth Development Measurement Toolkit provides guidance and resources for implementers of youth programming in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to integrate positive youth development (PYD) principles in their monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems and effectively measure PYD outputs and outcomes within their programs. Read the Training Tool

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