We ask questions about what people’s needs are. But even by this point, we’ve narrowed down what answers we’re looking for.
We add solutions that the donors and agencies feel are necessary. We add elements of advocacy. It sometimes feels more like we’re a bad marketeer.
Whilst we’re designing new interventions and identifying needs, pressure from our managers to provide a report or other deadline lingers over us. Continue reading
Have you heard the phrases ‘best buys’, ‘investments’, ‘value for money’ or similar words that make you huff in your virtual meetings?
Sanitising our language means we dilute the many complexities of what it means to make social change happen. Continue reading