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Named as one of Foreign Policy Magazine’s “100 women to follow on Twitter,” Jennifer Lentfer has worked with over 300 grassroots organisations in east and southern Africa over the past decade. She has also served with various international organisations in Zimbabwe, Malawi, Namibia, and the U.S., where she has focused on organisational development and learning. Lentfer is also the editor of Oxfam America’s Politics of Poverty blog and an adjunct professor at Georgetown’s Center for Social Impact Communication.

How to do oral reporting with grassroots organisations

This article was originally posted on How Matters. Reposted here with permission. Many international small grantmakers try to make the application and reporting process practical and accessible to grassroots organisations. This decreases the reporting burden on applicants and grantee-partners. Yet grantmaking staff also recognise that often they do not receive ... Read More »

How to organise exchange visits among local organisations

Exchange Visit

This article was originally posted on How Matters. Reposted here with permission. Stronger, more sustainable community-based organisations can contribute to a more effective response to the needs of vulnerable people. Different types of capacity building activities such as exchange visits and mentoring relationships can provide relevant technical assistance through sharing ... Read More »

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