Haiti, the poorest nation in the Western hemisphere, was hit by a devastating earthquake in 2010 before being struck again by Hurricane Matthew in 2016. While the world responded generously, the mismanagement of funds was disastrous and the efforts of relief organisations were painfully slow and ineffective, putting large, established INGOs under serious scrutiny. Liza Moiseeva gives some simple advice...
Ingrid Nanne discusses the value of in-kind donations, and implores NGOs to think about how they can "do the most good possible".
Sara Gorman looks at why big donors tend not to fund local Civil Society Organisations directly, and suggests that the international development funding landscape needs a makeover.
In-kind donations have gotten a bad rap, but is there still some hope for them? Matthew Morris shares his first-hand perspective.
Organisations need money, and people want to donate. Sara Gorman makes the case for crowdfunding in global health.