We all want to be part of NGOs that do good work and are effective in helping poor and vulnerable people. However, what sort of qualities should these NGOs have. Using her experience in the non-profit sector, Akhila Kolisetty puts forward her own ideas. What do you think? Do you have any further suggestions?
Navigating how Gen Y fits into the workplace seems like such an enormous task, but Akhila Kolisetty is willing to give it a shot. In this post, she explains how identifying purpose, and throwing in a little patience, might just be the answer to finding meaningful work for our generation in development.
Is a rights-based approach being lost in the midst of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) and monitoring and evaluation? Akhila, while acknowledging that tangible results are important in development interventions, suggests that we are forgetting the rights-based approach. Implementing approaches that try to address the underlying problems of structural inequalities is crucial in achieving sustainable results.