Logan Cochrane argues that aid donors shouldn't have to choose between conflicting priorities, and offers ways to bridge the divide.
Ingrid Nanne discusses the value of in-kind donations, and implores NGOs to think about how they can "do the most good possible".
Ingrid Nanne argues that NGOs promising impossible outcomes to attract donors are shooting themselves in the foot.
In the second installment of our WorkDev series, Maia Gedde addresses the wide range of potential employers in the international aid sector.
Some aid projects inevitably fail, but NGOs usually don't want to risk embarrassment by admitting it, especially not to people who donated to the project. Ravinder Casley Gera gives us an example of how NGOs could communicate failures to their supporters, without losing their trust.