BOND news, courses, jobs and funding opportunities – August
Learning and legacy from UKAC consortia: With the Learning from Consortia programme drawing to a close in July 2021, we share some reflections on the learnings and achievements gained over the past year. Read More.
New report highlights that experiences from the frontline are critical for the uptake of high-quality Nature-Based Solutions: The Bond report highlights that experiences from the frontline are critical for the uptake of high-quality Nature-Based Solutions; Emphasis must be placed on the use of high-quality nature-based solutions that uphold the rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities and include strict safeguards and standards to avoid harm. Find out more.
Spotlight on Learning from Consortia
Working towards more effective consortia: A new report shares the findings of the Learning from Consortia programme’s health check process, identifying the areas that consortia were working well in, and where they needed support. It also draws out some overarching key findings, and explores how consortia used the results. Read more.
Community engagement in UK Aid Connect consortia: definitions and challenges: How is “community engagement” defined in consortia working and how have UK Aid Connect consortia continued to work with communities despite significant challenges? Read the report.
Introduction to monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning: This course introduces the principles and approaches of monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (MEAL) that underpin programme planning and implementation. This course takes place on 11-14 October. Book now.
Steps towards a new funding paradigm – webinar: Many NGOs are good at attracting project funding but don’t seem to have enough to make important investments into the organisation itself. This interactive webinar, hosted with MZN International, will discuss the mix between funding types and how it could be changed or managed and explore how this is leading to a new funding paradigm that enables organisations to be more financially sustainable and impactful. Book now.
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