Research on the needs and habits of the poor shows that nonprofits can serve a vital function in expanding access to financial services.
Traditional aid organizations and newer, more volunteer-driven groups view their work in notably different ways.
Measuring Social Impacts outlines a five-step method for figuring out which impacts matter and how to measure them.
Foundations need to adopt a more emergent approach to strategic philanthropy.
The work of transforming an organization starts with a readiness to question its scale, its scope, and even its core identity.
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It’s time for people in the nonprofit community to reclaim the language of nonprofit evaluation.
Aflatoun, a global social and financial education program, is relying on partnerships rather than centralized control to scale up.
A commitment to impact evaluation is the mark of a nonprofit organization that takes its work seriously.
One test of a nonprofit organization hinges on whether it can manage a difficult leadership transition.
High-performing nonprofits benefit from having a board of directors that functions as more than a rubber stamp.