Anti-racism in development and aid is a huge topic. And at Aid Works we always want to discuss how to make ‘aid’ work better. We want to help you with your change process. We don’t have your answers, we want to help you come to your own answers. Get in touch. Find out more here.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Aid Works has been chosen to design South Sudan’s community health care monitoring system. The Ministry of Health has an ambitious plan to roll out the ‘Boma Health Initiative’ which aims to bring health care services to every village in South Sudan over the next five years. Continue reading
The World Health Organization (WHO) has added Aid Works to its roster of independent evaluators. This means that Aid Works can be called upon to provide thematic, strategic and impact level evaluations for WHO’s emergency responses, country offices and various frameworks and strategies.
Aid Works provides many organizations across the globe with tailored, independent evaluations, leading to improved project implementation – and therefore better outcomes for the affected populations. Being on the roster gives us the opportunity to improve WHO’s global impact and emergency responses. Our aim: to make aid work better. Together.
Drowning is among the 10 leading causes of death of young people in every region of the world. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) has been working with Felix Foundation in Ghana since 2015 to deliver water safety education through schools across Accra. In 2017, the project – funded by Jersey Overseas Aid – reached more than 25,000 children with water safety messages. Aid Works was commissioned to evaluate the project’s effectiveness and impact. Read the report here.