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Why your CEO needs to get digital | Sharing experiences of the SDGs | Gates Letter

Blue, how can your CEO use digital to drive change? Plus, implementing the SDGs around the world and Bill and Melinda Gates' Letter
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Why your CEO needs to be a digital expert

Alasdair Ramage, former transformation director at the British Council, discusses what disruptions are on the horizon and why your CEO needs to use digital to drive change
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Implementing the SDGs: Further lessons from Finland, Colombia, Germany and Uganda

Common themes and lessons emerged from four countries sharing their experiences of implementing the SDGs at Bond's recent event.

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Bill and Melinda Gates 2017 Annual Letter

The goal of Bill and Melinda’s letter each year is to broaden awareness and interest in key global health and development programmes.

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Research on humanitarian futures for messaging apps

A new research report explores how messaging apps like WhatsApp can be used by humanitarian organisations to coordinate activities.

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Go beyond grants at Bond Conference

Many NGOs are looking for ways to generate income outside of the "usual suspects". Practical Action, the British Asian Trust and Transaid will share their experiences and insights of financing at the Bond Conference, 20-21 March.

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Learn how to use a theory of change

Our theory of change essentials course on 28 February will introduce you to the main elements of theory of change and provide you with ideas on how to get started. Also check out Impact assessment: what difference did we make? on 1-2 March for practical guidance on how to design an effective impact assessment process

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Grants partnerships manager

Hope and Homes for Children | Closing date: 22 February 2017

The grants partnerships manager will raise funds from a variety of grants sources, including UK, European or institutional donors, and be part of a highly successful team raising over £2.6m a year.

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