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The Road towards equitable partner assessments

Field visit and meeting with community members as part of the verification process.

Partnerships between local and international NGOs can be of great value for both organisations. As each partner is expecting something out of this collaboration, it is important to plan ahead. Analeh Patindol from Karl-Kübel-Stiftung Philippines explains what needs to be taken into account to generate a fruitful cooperation for both sides from the beginning on. She has taken part in a VENRO-seminar on “Potential Partner Assessment and Selection”. This article is part of our blog series on equitable partnerships.

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“Equitable partnership means sharing of power, local leadership and resources in the hands of people”

During the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016 some of the major donors, United Nations agencies, and humanitarian organisations signed the Grand Bargain in order to make the humanitarian system more efficient and effective. This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Grand Bargain and the end of the initial implementation phase of its commitments. On […]

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Lokalisierung von Humanitärer Hilfe: Wie lokale Akteure gestärkt werden können

Lokale und nationale Organisationen gewinnen in der Humanitären Hilfe zunehmend an Bedeutung: Oftmals sind sie die ersten, die nach einer Naturkatastrophe vor Ort sind oder die in Krisengebieten die lokalen Gegebenheiten am besten kennen. Mit einer Reihe von Initiativen will die internationale Gemeinschaft diese Akteure nun fördern.

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