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‘Challenging my Perception of Safe’ – Itad goes on HEAT Training

I don’t consider myself a traditional humanitarian aid worker. I’ve never selflessly taken the plunge or been bold enough to take up a job in a hostile and dangerous country. Ghana, Kenya and Mozambique are considered low-risk as compared to many places. Or are they? Today, we are faced with rising environmental, economic and political instability and a growing …

Capacity development: how should we reframe it for the digital age?

What’s the latest thinking on capacity development? Do social media and new digital tools play a key role? When Itad was asked to brief the Global Environment Facility (GEF) on these questions we brought together a team of staff and associates – me (Robbie), Cheryl, Isabel, Mel and Pete – whose varied perspectives and expertise helped us develop a conceptual …