Feedback will change your life. I’m not talking about your life as a member of civil society. I’m not talking about your life as an employee of a non profit organization. I’m talking about your life as a human being.
The Sarathi Development Foundation aims to empower children, adolescent girls, women, and communities by placing them in the driver’s seat of the development process. Beginning as a technical resource organization, we grew to focus on supporting and facilitating a process for our constituents to command the development process on their own by integrating the wisdom and resources of the children, adolescent girls, and women that we serve.
We’ve defined what we think a closed feedback loop is in six discrete steps. From May through October, we’ll be…
The nonprofit field has the potential to become an antiquated relic — kind of like a rotary phone — while the rest of the world goes digital.
A 33% reduction in child mortality in Uganda. Double the psychotherapy patients achieving meaningful results. Half the number of referrals and diagnostic tests.
At FBL LabStorms, we often focus on building and strengthening feedback loops in direct service. These loops often involve constituents and the organizations they with whom they interface on a daily basis.
“OGP countries have produced 2,731 commitments – does it shock you that only 9 related to women or gender?” Sadly, it didn’t. But kudos to the Open Government Partnership (OGP) for being up front about it in their March newsletter.
International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is the world’s largest sexual and reproductive health organization, leading a locally owned, globally connected civil society movement that provides and enables services and champions sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. Working with 152 partner organizations to deliver 175 million sexual and reproductive health services in over 45,000 service delivery points in 172 countries in 2015 alone means that systematically gathering client feedback is no small undertaking.
Despite boasting world-class internet speed and an exceptional e-government infrastructure, South Korea is still catching up in regards to citizen participation. South Korean government officials, well known for an authoritarian culture,
The World Bank’s goal to end extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity cannot be achieved without accessible, understandable, and interoperable data. Prasanna Lal Das and his team at the Trade & Competitiveness Global Practice created TCdata360 to provide just that.