Donors who provide funding for international development and humanitarian aid work are increasingly interested in understanding the tangible returns of the programs they support. is is especially seen in calls to understand “value for money” from major donors such as the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Because of this, non-governmental organizations, international organizations, United Nations agencies and any other company or organization accepting funds need to have a clear understanding of the outputs and outcomes their proposed programming seeks to achieve. They must also know and how they will measure progress towards those results.
This is report distills 10 years of experience from International Solutions Group into a step-by-step guide for the successful design of development and humanitarian aid programming. By following the suggestions in this guide, you or your organization can avoid some of the most common mistakes and ensure your proposed work will have the necessary components for successful delivery, measurement of accomplishments and accountability.
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