• By: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
  • Published Date: February 2006
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Examples of capacity development in various settings.

  • By: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
  • Published Date: February 2006
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Examples of capacity development in various settings. Focuses on how adequate country capacity is one of the critical missing factors in current efforts to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). This paper is mainly concerned with capacity and performance in the public sector, but private sector experience is drawn on where relevant.

  • By: Institute on Governance
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This tool was designed with the purpose of serving as a self-diagnostic tool to enhance board education and governance improvement. The assessment tool includes evidence-based best practices that allow boards to identify the gap between how their board operates and how effective boards operate. This tool should be used to provide a snapshot of board performance.

  • By: Management Sciences for Health
  • Published Date: February 2009
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The purpose of this program is to help board members understand their roles and responsibilities and main activities, ways to ensure board accountability and transparency, and how to prevent conflict-of-interest situations. It also does the following: Substantiates the contribution of each capacity building tool to improving health outcomes, enables the expert panel on capacity building to identify and disseminate successful tools to capacity building and enables users to provide rapid response to inquiries about tools.

  • By: Multiple Partners
  • Published Date: July 2005
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The Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness expresses the international community's consensus on the direction for reforming aid delivery and management to achieve improved effectiveness and results. Principles. The Paris Declaration is grounded on five mutually reinforcing principles: ownership, alignment, harmonization, managing for results, and mutual accountability. The Paris Declaration contains 56 partnership commitments to improve the quality of aid.

  • By: Global Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS

The NGO Code of Good Practice was developed by NGOs, for NGOs, to help guide our work by providing a framework to which we can commit and be held accountable. Drawing on 20 years of knowledge and experience, the Code sets out key principles, practice and evidence base required for successful responses to HIV.. This "tool" is actually a manual and several self-assessment checklists covering different topics.

  • By: European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM)
  • Published Date: June 2005
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The European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) has undertaken a study of capacity development, with a focus on organizational change and performance enhancement.Both individual organizations and networks of organizations have been studied with the aim of identifying important relationships among endogenous change factors.

  • By: Futures Group
  • Published Date: April 2010
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As a result of USAID's commitment to foster gender equity in all of its work, part of the USAID | Health Policy Initiative's (HPI) mandate is to integrate gender into its activities. To measure gender integration from office policies and procedures to program activities HPI has created this project-specific Gender Integration Index. While this tool mainly captures qualitative data that demonstrate the different ways gender is integrated into HPI activities, it will also serve as the single project-wide indicator to measure and report on the extent of gender integration in HPI s work.

  • By: Futures Group
  • Published Date: March 2010
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As a result of USAID's commitment to foster gender equity in all of its work, part of the USAID | Health Policy Initiative's (HPI) mandate is to integrate gender into its activities. To measure gender integration from office policies and procedures to program activities HPI has created this project-specific Gender Integration Index. While this tool mainly captures qualitative data that demonstrate the different ways gender is integrated into HPI activities, it will also serve as the single project-wide indicator to measure and report on the extent of gender integration in HPI s work.

  • By: Futures Group
  • Published Date: March 2010
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As a result of USAID's commitment to foster gender equity in all of its work, part of the USAID | Health Policy Initiative's (HPI) mandate is to integrate gender into its activities. To measure gender integration from office policies and procedures to program activities HPI has created this project-specific Gender Integration Index. While this tool mainly captures qualitative data that demonstrate the different ways gender is integrated into HPI activities, it will also serve as the single project-wide indicator to measure and report on the extent of gender integration in HPI s work.

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