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How only small NGOs can address unmet needs Aid Effectiveness Community Development Disability Fundraising NGOs Reflection 

How only small NGOs can address unmet needs

Whether it is Daniel-san in Karate Kid, the Jamaican Bobsled team or Mel Gibson in a kilt, people love to support the underdog. In international development, we should often do the same. Weh Yeoh details how one NGO is making significant inroads to address an unmet need for over 600,000 people in Cambodia. Continue reading
Why competing over funding is killing development (and how we might improve) Alternatives in development Ethics in development Fundraising 

Why competing over funding is killing development (and how we might improve)

Development, which should theoretically be full of people who value empathy and sharing, is a hyper-competitive sector. This attitude of competition is no more prevalent than in the sphere of fundraising. How do we make fundraising more collaborative, while still allowing everyone to achieve their targets? In this post, Weh Yeoh explores one possible idea. Continue reading