Nick van Praag, Director of Keystone’s Ground Truth program argues that the best way to gauge whether humanitarian programs are making a difference is to ask the intended beneficiaries

Nick van Praag, Director of Keystone’s Ground Truth program argues that the best way to gauge whether humanitarian programs are making a difference is to ask the intended beneficiaries Writing on the Feedbacak Labs blog, Nick discusses The forum on humanitarian standards, which was held in Geneva with support from the Swiss Agency for Development and[…]

What is Successful Development? Innovations in NGO Accountability, Reporting and Empowerment

“Philanthropy is all about choices: the choice to give, the choice of how to give and who to give it to, even the choice of when to declare victory or admit failure.” “This website is designed to help you make sense of those choices—whether you are an individual giver, a[…]

Keystone helps launch Feedback Labs to address the problem of insufficient citizen engagement in development

Feedback Labs is a group of organizations that wants to see citizens become central throughout the development process, from start to finish. We look inclusively at four stages of the development cycle – governments, funders, NGOs & civil society, and citizens – to make sure that feedback loops are present[…]