Category: How to Fight Poverty

  • How to Succeed in Your Work
    • This book covers a variety of topics: how to Succeed in Your Work, how to write a resume, how to apply for a job, how to groom for an interview, how to appraise your work progress, how to manage a meeting, how to prepare a report, time management, managing stress, and how to work as a manager and how to decide if you should change jobs.
  • Making the Internet Connection Count
    • This manual, Making the Internet Connection Count, takes you, your organization, your work team, or any groups you intend to collaborate with through a process of examination and discovery. You will think about how you use information now, how you could use it in the future, and how you plan to introduce or expand the use of the Internet in your organization consistent with your organization's needs.
  • Microfinance and Microenterprise
    • The purpose of this guide is to show you how to build public-private partnerships in the microfinance and microenterprise sector, defined here as microenterprise development, microfinance and other small-scale access to finance projects.
  • Practical Action
    • Practical Action is a development organization working in the UK. They provide practical tools and resources for people in need. The tools may be simple or sophisticated ľ but to provide long-term, appropriate and practical answers, they must be firmly in the hands of local people: people who shape technology and control it for themselves.
  • Practical Answers
    • Information presented by Practical Answers is focused small-scale appropriate technology aimed at improving access to infrastructure and enterprise development for people living in poverty.
  • Results-Oriented Assistance: A USAID Sourcebook
    • This guide aims to create a user friendly resource for USAID staff and Development Partners [e.g., private voluntary organizations (PVOs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs), cooperative development organizations, educational institutions, and private firms] on USAID's programming policies and procedures. Although it is designed for USAID groups, it is general enough to be applicable to other NGOs.