Featuring 5 easy-to-follow guidelines to avoid contracting and spreading COVID-19, you can use the poster to support your organisation’s coronavirus health messaging. The text is short and can be easily translated into different languages. The text highlighted yellow indicates the information or image that needs to be inserted into the poster. There is a Powerpoint version and an InDesign version. Please contact email@example.com for a copy of the InDesign version. Please share widely!
It’s a challenging time for everyone. We want to help you think beyond current constraints to develop new possibilities. We facilitate, you innovate. This is a free 75-minute rapid innovation workshop for your team (maximum 5 people). Continue reading
Does your aid organisation need help designing fresh comms materials during the COVID-19 outbreak? Our super talented designer Emma can help! Emma is currently offering her services FREE of charge to help organisations communicate effectively and achieve their aims. Continue reading
Aid sector firms and NGOs are increasingly turning to consultants for short term support. We are frequently asked for basic consultancy tools to help those starting out as a consultant for a first time. Download our first set of free tools below. Please share widely! Continue reading
The past year has been a year of seismic shifts on the global stage. Fake news, bad news, attention-grabbing headlines questioning the effectiveness of aid. But we believe that aid can work and statistics prove us right.
2017 was our most successful year yet thanks to our committed team and we are incredibly proud of what we have achieved together.
We hope you enjoy our year in review – download our Annual Report 2017 here.
DFID recently ran an introductory event for potential new commercial suppliers in Leeds. If you are interested in becoming a DFID supplier, here are our key learning points from the event.
We’re really pleased to bring you this guest post from Jen McCanna, a leadership, career and team coach working with 1-1 and organisational clients within the charity and not-for-profit sectors.
Change is hard. Especially if you’re changing country, and job role, and aren’t sure what happens next.
Coming back to a country which isn’t the one you left behind is hard. If you’ve been working in international aid or development, trying to work out how the skills you had in the field apply to roles back home is hard. Do you suit a head office job, or do you go for something totally unrelated content wise but which focuses on the fast-paced problem solving nature of your past work? Continue reading
Here at Aid Works, we have extensive experience of reviewing and developing monitoring systems for a range of NGOs and donors. Here are our top ten tips for developing an effective monitoring and evaluation system: Continue reading