Posted by in Announcements, News on August 17, 2018

Donors want Data and Rapid Scaling. It’s Stifling Innovation in the Aid Sector

Despite an influx of funding to prevent violence against women and children over the last decade, the field has reached a crisis point, according to a new coalition of researchers and programmers. Their claims are multiple: a narrow focus on “evidence-based” work is hindering innovation in the field, the need for rapid results is stifling longer-term change and the pressure to scale up too rapidly is destabilising some communities in the global south.

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Source: CUSP

 

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