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Working with commercial contracts | International Literacy Day | Climate risk insurance

Blue, Dive deep on commercial contracts. Plus: it's International Literacy Day! Hear from Save the Children & explore climate risk insurance
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Working with commercial contracts

London | 13 October 2016

The first in a series of seminars to help organisations working in international development make the transition to a changing funding environment, this half day event provides essential information on different approaches to working with commercial contracts. Commercial contracting specialist Haniya Dar-Tobin will lead you through the process and help you understand what is right for your organisation.

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Increase the impact of your projects and programmes

Coming up in November are Theory of change essentials (7 November) and Impact assessment: what difference did we make? (8-9 November). Book now to get the 10% earlybird discount.

Highly practical and with a clear conceptual explanation, these courses provide insight, guidance and tips on creating your own theory of change and simple, user-friendly impact assessment process. They are led by evaluation and accountability expert Angela Kellett and can be taken individually or together.
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Ensuring every last child can read

In the fifty years since 1966 when UNESCO proclaimed 8 September International Literacy Day we’ve seen significant progress in the number of people gaining vital literacy skills. This is thanks in part to the massive expansion in primary education that was spurred by the adoption in 2000 of the Millennium Development Goal on universal primary education.

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Equitable, effective and pro-poor climate risk insurance

This Bond DEG Working Paper focuses specifically on the application of climate risk insurance to enhance resilience amongst poor and vulnerable communities.

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FEATURED JOB

Head of Campaigns

Oxfam International | Oxford | Closing date: 18 September 2016

Oxfam is at a pivotal moment in its campaigns mobilising the power of people against poverty. They have three exciting roles available: • Head of humanitarian campaigns • Head of the GROW campaign • Head of digital campaigns.

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FEATURED FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

Common Fund for Commodities

Programme area

Enhance production taking into account the environment and its long term possibilities for the same, or increased use of productive resources while maintaining or reducing the impact on the environment, Create employment (particularly for youth and women), provide sustained increase in household incomes, reduce poverty, and enhance food security, Enhance production and productivity, achieve higher local value addition; improve competitiveness of producers, producer organisations and small and medium sized industries, support the financial sector development.

Country/region

worldwide

Grant range

unspecified

Deadline

31 October 2016

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