World Bank invests in Constituent Voice

The World Bank’s Spring meetings this year showcased the Bank’s deepening commitment to what it calls Citizen Voices. Following up on the first ever global meeting on Constituent Voices in March this year, Citizen Voices: Citizen Engagement for Enhanced Development Impact, the bank held a panel at its Spring meetings to report out from the Citizen Voices conference and explore possible next steps. Caroline Anstey, Managing Director at the World Bank Group, Corinne Woods, Director of[…]

Markets For Good blog: David Bonbright discusses the prerequisites to moving constituent feedback to the heart of the philanthropy marketplace

If we want action – organizations listening and responding to their constituents in a way that raises performance and enhances impacts – we need to stimulate the demand for feedback and provide the professional support infrastructure to meet that demand. This raises a couple of important strategic questions in the field of what is coming to be known as Constituent Voice. How do we get an appropriate infrastructure for a nuanced and rapid scale-up of[…]

InterAction’s guidance note on the Use of Impact Evaluation Results, written by Keystone’s David Bonbright is published

This is the fourth guidance note in a four-part series of notes related to impact evaluation developed by InterAction with financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation. This fourth guidance note, Use of Impact Evaluation Results, highlights three themes crucial for effective utilization of evaluation results. It was written by David Bonbright, Chief Executive of Keystone Accountability, who argues that the findings from impact evaluations – and indeed any evaluative activities – will not be used well[…]

Measurement presentation and tool for Open Contracting available here

These materials were presented by David Bonbright at the Open Contracting First Global Meeting in Johannesburg on October 25th. The event was hosted by the World Bank Institute and GIZ. To view David’s presentation slides, please click here. To view the Theory of Change slide, please click here. To view the tool, please click here. For more information about this event, please contact Sara Danish on sdanish@worldbank.org.