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This portal covers many topics of managing a non-governmental organization (NGO) or non-profit group including grant writing, staff training, and designing and monitoring projects.
  • حشد الموارد من أجل التغيير: مرشد عملي لمنظمات حقوق النساء -- Mobilize resources for change: A Practical Guide for Women's Rights Organizations
    • Designed especially for first-time fundraisers, the Global Fund’s updated handbook presents some key ideas about raising money to fund women's rights work in today's global political and economic context. (In Arabic)
  • A Handbook of NGO Governance
    • The manual is written by The Central and Eastern Working Group on Nonprofit Governance and Marilyn Wyatt. The handbook discusses the principles and guidelines for good NGO governance.
  • Accountability Self-Assessment for Staffed Private Foundations
    • This manual is a self-assessment form to check the orgnaization's accountability. The assessment covers nine topic sections: governance, communications, grantmaking, finance, administration, personnel, public policy, mission & strategy, and evaluation.
  • Adopting Grantmaking Practices
    • The article describes the process for the foundations and the interested organizations in the grantmaking. It discusses request for proposals, foundation-initated proposals, challenge endowment grants, and grant to individuals. The examples used are organizations from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Colombia, and India.
  • Advocacy and Lobbying
    • This manual has been developed by the Secretariat for use in advocacy and lobbying workshops. PDF format.
  • Advocacy Tools and Guidelines: Promoting Policy Change
    • The manual suggests a framework for identifying policy goals, creating a plan of action, and effectively building a case for change. PDF format
  • An Introduction to Advocacy: Training Guide
    • This article is designed to promote the advocacy process to a diverse audience, build basic advocacy skills, and give users the confidence and skills to make their issue known.
  • An NGO Training Guide for Peace Corps Volunteers
    • This guide contains five modules. First, it looks at how NGOs contribute to a civil society. Next it discusses the advantages of development and teaches how to diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of an NGO. It also reviews two skills that a Volunteer needs to work with NGOs. Finally, it explores the role of governance and planning in achieving a sustainable organization.
  • An Overview of South African Human Resources Development
    • This book provides an overview of human resources development (HRD) in South Africa. It focuses on the youth labour market, the world of work and the national system of science and innovation. It concludes that South Africa, lacking high, intermediate and low skills, has severe HRD problems which require urgent resolution.
  • An Overview of Tactical Mapping
    • A comprehensive history of tactical mapping as a tool, as well as some detailed examples of its application.
  • Arabic Wallposter Comics Manual
    • This booklet is a guide in how to make wallposter comics. Wallposter comics are inexpensively produced educational stories by local NGOs. In Arabic.
  • Asia and the Pacific Regional Forun on Strengthening Partnerships with Faith-Based Organizations in Addressing ICPD
    • This article describes how NGOs and other nonprofits can work with faith-based organizations to further their strategic goals.
  • Bonnes pratiques pour l'insertion économique des personnes handicapées dans les pays en développement
    • Bonnes pratiques pour l'insertion économique des personnes handicapées dans les pays en développement : mécanismes de financement pour l'auto-emploi. Ce rapport présente les bonnes pratiques, outils et méthodologies permettant de garantir l'efficacité et la viabilité des projets d'accès aux mécanismes de financement et à l'auto-emploi des victimes de mines et des personnes handicapées en général
  • Bridging Differences and Building Collaboration: The Critical Role of Leadership
    • This articles describes the strategy of bridging leadership, a method of organizational leadership that focuses on effecting real changes and bringing multiple stakeholders together to solve common problems.
  • Bridging the Social Divide: A Grounded View of Partnership-Building in Latin America, Southeast Asia, Southern Africa and North America
    • This article is a case study and analysis of different examples of successful partnerships from around the world. It offers practical advice to NGOs for building and maintaining partnerships with various other stakeholder groups and for maximizing the impact that these partnerships have.
  • Budget and Financial Management
    • Guidelines on Budget and financial management. It provides information on how to manage and evaluate budget and financial resources in case of emergency situations.
  • Building Bridges Across Sectors
    • This article covers the issue of the leading role foundations can play in building bridges between civil society, government, and the business sector. The topics are enhancing individual and corporate social responsibility, fostering partnerships for the environment, exercising a leadership role in partnership building, and a multi-sectoral commission to reform education. The article provides case studies of each topic in the following countries: Ecuador, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines.
  • Building Bridges in Rural Mexico: How NGOs can Strengthen Local Government through Collaborative Leadership
    • This article explains how a collaboration between the local government and the NGOs can achieve goals. The case study is based in Mexico.
  • Building Rural Livelihood
    • This workbook is designed to help community foundations, private, corporate and family ones, to form a more effective community economic development efforts for people in rural communities. The topics covered are motivation, where will you work, who are you working for, partnership, timeline of projects, resources, and why do the projects matter.
  • Capacity Building of NGOs In Post-Conflict Situations
    • This may be used as a guide on how to build step by step and manage an NGO, and how to plan and manage a project.
  • Capacity Development and Partnership: Overview and Methodology
    • While this document is primarily a guide for staff members of Handicap International, it also contains a practical guide made up of four theme-based chapters containing questions relating to definitions examples of “capacity development.”
  • Capacity Development for Policy Advocacy: Current Thinking & Approaches Among Agencies Supporting Civil Society Organisations
    • This Working Paper presents a summary of current thinking on issues of capacity building for Northern and Southern organisations involved in using research-based evidence in policy processes, and provides some examples of current practice among organisations involved in work similar to that of the CSPP.
  • CARE International Strategic Plan 2007-2012
    • CARE International's strategic plan for the years 2007-2012. Included are ways to improve governance within the organization and various projects to underway to decrease poverty in underdeveloped nations.
  • Code of Ethics & Conduct for NGOs
    • WANGO published a code of ethics book for NGOs to use within their organizations. The publication consists of guiding principles, NGO integrity, mission and activities, governance, human resources, public trust, financial and legal, fundraising, and partnership, collaboration and networking.
  • Code of Ethics & Conduct for NGOs (Arabic version)
    • WANGO published a code of ethics book for NGOs to use within their organizations. The publication consists of guiding principles, NGO integrity, mission and activities, governance, human resources, public trust, financial and legal, fundraising, and partnership, collaboration and networking.
  • Code of Ethics & Conduct for NGOs (Spanish version)
    • WANGO published a code of ethics book for NGOs to use within their organizations. The publication consists of guiding principles, NGO integrity, mission and activities, governance, human resources, public trust, financial and legal, fundraising, and partnership, collaboration and networking.
  • Code of Ethics for Cameroon Civil Society Organizations
    • The article is a summarized code of ethics on civil society organizations. It can be for Cameroon and other countries that have CSOs. It discusses the governance, integrity, and financial aspects of the CSOs.
  • Code of Good Practice in the Management and Support of Aid Personnel
    • The article is written by People in Aid. It reviews the principles of good governance in NGOs, such as human resources strategy, staff policies and practices, communication, and other resources.
  • Compliance Manual
    • This manual is to evaluate whether the NGO's practices and policies are cohesive with the "Code of Ethics & Conduct for NGOs."
  • Contribution of Non-Governmental Organizations on Poverty Reduction in Kabale District: A Case Study of Buhara Sub-County
    • A case study which examines causes of poverty, succesful practices of NGOs in the past and future strategies for reducing poverty in the Kabale District of Uganda.
  • Covering Rural Territory
    • The article reviews six rural service structures for foundatioins: consolidated service, area fund, federation, service bureau, incubator, and partnership. In each structure, the article discusses the terminology and characteristics, the goals and rationale, the relationship with rural stakeholders, mechanism for governance and representation, management structure, staffing structure, method of endownment building, investment policies, non-grantmaking program activities, grantmaking activities, cost/benefit considerations, overall pros and cons, and examples.
  • Defining Strategies and Roles
    • The article discusses how foundations can strengthen civil society, empower individuals and institutions to overcome poverty, and search for new approaches to sustainable economic development. Each topic does include the role of the NGOs and how they can assit with achieving these goals. The case studies are in Mozambique, Ecuador, and the Philippines.
  • Developing the Project Design Document
    • This is the key document that any organisation may use to evaluate a project's potential and judge its merit.
  • District-Based Disability Organisations Project Phase III: Report of the Capacity Building Workshops of the Sub-County Leaders of Persons with Disabilities (PWD) in Arua District (Uganda)
    • Reports the experiences and results of a project meant to address the problem of inadequate mobilization of people with disabilities to participate in mainstream development programs of both Government and other stakeholders in the Arua District in Uganda.
  • District-Based Disability Organisations Project Phase III: Report of the Capacity Building Workshops of the Sub-County Leaders of Persons with Disabilities (PWD) in Lira District (Uganda)
    • Reports the experiences and results of a project meant to address the problem of inadequate mobilization of people with disabilities to participate in mainstream development programs of both Government and other stakeholders in the Lira District in Uganda.
  • Effective NGO Governance
    • An article which discusses methods and techniques to plan and implement actions for improving an organization's governance.
  • Elaboration des documents de projets et programmes
    • Ce document montre les differentes étapes de l'élaboration des documents de projet ou programmes.
  • Empowering People and Strengthening Organizations Through Asset-Based Approaches
    • An article that teaches NGOs to find their strengths and utilize them to make the greatest possible social impact.
  • Empowerment and Poverty Reduction Summary
    • We hope this sourcebook will be useful in deepening both our understanding and our application of an empowering approach to poverty reduction. It marks the beginning of a collection of experiences that will evolve with our learning on the ground. We welcome your reactions and contributions to this ongoing work.
  • Empowerment and Poverty Reduction: A Sourcebook
    • World Development Report 2000/2001: Attacking Poverty presents a multidimensional view of poverty. In particular, it underscores the importance of increasing poor people’s access to opportunity, security, and empowerment for economic growth and poverty reduction. This book defines the World Bank’s approach to empowerment for economic growth and poverty reduction. It will also inform the World Bank’s social development strategy.
  • Facilitation: Facilitator Guidelines
    • This article provides suggestions for facilitators to run conferences or meetings as to ensure the optimal outcome for participants.
  • Financial Accounting
    • The manual covers the nature and purpose of accounting, recording of data in the accounting records, functions of the general ledger, preparation of simple financial statements, and recording cash transactions.
  • Foundation Building Sourcebook: A Practitioner's Guide Based upon Experience from Africa, Asia and Latin America
    • The Foundation Building Sourcebook presents diverse approaches questions that grantmaking foundations around the world face. Containing first-hand material from nineteen grantmaking foundations in Africa, Asia and Latin America, as well as careful analysis, the Sourcebook is a powerful tool for anyone interested in strengthening foundations.
  • Fundamentals of NGO Financial Sustainability
    • This manual provides a meaningful, flexible source of tools to enable users to enhance the operational sustainability of their organizations in delivering vital health services to populations in need.This manual is designed to support pragmatic, hands-on training to address key sustainability issues faced by implementing organizations.
  • Fundraising Manual: Writing a Project Proposal or How to Get the Funding You Want for Your Project
    • This manual guides individuals on how to receive funding for their disabled people's organization or personal cause in South Arfica.
  • Grant Writing Manual
    • Key steps to successful grant proposals
  • Grassroots Comics: A Development Communication Tool
    • The book gives an in-depth orientation to grassroots comics as a tool for advocacy and education. Includes a comprehensive manual as an appendix.
  • Guía Práctica para Organización de Derechos Humanos de las Mujeres
    • Este es una guía práctica para la recaudación de recursos como una pequeña contribución al movimiento global de mujeres.
  • Guide to Promoting the Participation of Women in Elections
    • This handbook is intended to provide a quick reference guide to assist headquarters- and field-based actors from the United Nations, governments and civil society working to promote greater participation of women in electoral processes in post-conflict countries.
  • Guidelines for Unsolicited Proposals and Reporting
    • This document is related to the U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance(USAID/OFDA) Guidelines for Unsolicited Proposals and Reporting. Designed to Provide information relevant to the proposal review and award process; to outline the vital components of an unsolicited proposal to USAID/OFDA; and to Supply administrative and financial forms that must be included with each proposal
  • Hindi Wallposter Comics Manual
    • This booklet is a guide in how to make wallposter comics. Wallposter comics are inexpensively produced educational stories by local NGOs. In Hindi.
  • How to Build an Accessible Environment in Developing Countries
    • Ce document donne les details de comment les ONGs dans les pays et en voie de developpement peuvent construire un environnement accessible pour les personnes handicapés.
  • How to Plan, Organize, Implement, and Evaluate Awareness Building
    • This manual offers a broad overview of how to plan, organize, implement, and evaluate an awareness building campaign. Includes a sample timeline and budget. Written in moderately accessible language. PDF format.
  • Human Rights, Health, and Poverty Reduction Strategies
    • This paper seeks to strengthen efforts to achieve the MDGs by helping policymakers incorporate human rights into the design and implementation of the health component of national poverty reduction strategies (PRSs).
  • International NGOs and Poverty Reduction Strategies: The contribution of an Asset-Based Approach
    • This article explores the various strategies of United States and United Kingdom non-governmental organization in poverty reduction and their applicability to international non-governmental organizations.
  • International Statement of Ethical Principles in Fundraising
    • The statement is about the principles of fundraising for organizations. The main five principles are honesty, respect, integrity, empathy and transparency.
  • Jigsaw of Advocacy Research Report
    • This study describes advocacy models and current services in Ireland and abroad, identifies the key components of such models, and discusses principles and codes of practice. PDF format.
  • Kirundi Wallposter Comics Manual
    • This booklet is a guide in how to make wallposter comics. Wallposter comics are inexpensively produced educational stories by local NGOs. In Kirundi.
  • Leadership for Social Justice: Capacity-Building Resource Manual
    • This manual supports the development of new leaders committed to social justice. As a resource for facilitators of workshops and other education and training events, it shares session designs, exercises, handouts, short readings, and other materials.
  • LFA Manual - Logical Framework Analysis
    • A tool for project design, planning and monitoring. This manual attempts to present how one works with the design and implementation of projects in an effective and efficient way. PDF format.
  • Manage Finances of a New Venture
    • The manual discusses the steps to opening accounts for the venture, the financial advantages and disadvantages, and briefly understanding the accounting systems.
  • Manual for Evaluation of Disability Programmes
    • This manual aims to help people understand what evaluation is and how it can be done. It will provide you with basic knowledge of the types of evaluation that an organisation should undertake. It also presents the tools available and how they can be used. PDF format.
  • Maps For Advocacy
    • An effective, practical guide to using maps in advocacy campaigns
  • 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.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines
    • This article briefly explains what a participatory evaluation is and how to conduct one. It is written to be a short guide for people who want to learn the basics of participatory evaluation.
  • Monitoring Election Campaign Finance: A Handbook for NGOs
    • A systematic effort to consolidate the experiences and knowledge of a wide variety of campaign finance monitoring efforts. Provides a collection of existing good practices and lessons, organized in the form of both practical guidelines and discussions of key concepts, to assist non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in designing and carrying out effective campaign finance monitoring and reform programs in their own countries.
  • National Union of Disabled Persons of Uganda (NUDIPU) Capacity Building Project Evaluation Report
    • This report evaluates capacity building project’s in Uganda to assess the relevance of their design, the efficiency of their implementation, the effectiveness at achieving stated objectives, and the impact of the projects on leaders with disabilities at the grassroots level in four districts.
  • NGO Code of Conduct
    • The article is an agreement between the Gambia government and the NGOs operating in The Gambia. The agreemnet is a code of conduct and includes the procedures on the recognition of NGOs and the NGOs' relations with the communities, other NGOs, funders, and itself.
  • NGO Financial Management Pocket Guide
    • The pocket guide has short summaries of the principles and important items in financial management. The chapters review accounting policies, budgeting, and assets. The guide provides a list of forms examples.
  • NGO Organizational Development
    • This article explains organizational development in non-governmental organizations.
  • Nonprofit financial planning made easy
    • This book provides step - by - step solutions to the dilemmas involved in keeping financial resources and the mission in balance. Financial management tools and techniques for nonprofits are explored and reviewed in some detail, with illustrations, examples, checklists, and model forms.
  • Organizational Development: Leadership
    • This article will help manager address their own leadership style and determine how to best manage and run their organization.
  • Organizational Development: Organizational Structure
    • This article helps managers review an organization’s structure and determine which human, financial, and technical resources are available, how they should be allocated, and which resources are lacking.
  • Organizational Development: Program Design and Management
    • This module will enable a manager to understand the various components of program design, implementation, and management; recognize key elements in proposal preparation; use participatory processes more effectively; understand the links between programs and organizational goals; use various formats for planning, monitoring, or resource allocation with greater ease; and recognize how well-designed program plans can be used to market the organization.
  • Organizational Development: Strategic Planning
    • Guides leaders in the formation of a strategic plan -- a vital element of any successful organization.
  • Organizational Management: Financial Management
    • This module will enable managers to review financial documents with comprehension; understand budget preparation and monitoring; recognize the importance of implementing sound financial controls; monitor the impact of changing program plans on resource requirements; use financial data and information for decision-making; calculate realistic funding needs and identify appropriate sources; and minimize risks of financial difficulties for the organization.
  • Organizational Management: Human Resources Management
    • This module will enable a manager to develop staff using on-the-job and off-the-job techniques; institute various motivating initiatives to boost staff morale, willingness to work, and job satisfaction; prepare and adopt personnel policies that meet staff and organizational objectives; and establish an effective supervisory system that will assure optimal staff performance and overall program effectiveness.
  • Organizational Management: Monitoring and Evaluation and Management Information Systems (MIS)
    • A manager’s effectiveness is largely dependent on the existence of an equally effective management information system MIS. An MIS provides information on a variety of different organizational functions, allowing a manager to plan, monitor, and evaluate operations and performance. MIS outputs also enable a manager to make strategic decisions and intelligent choices that shape an organization’s future vision and mission.
  • Organizational Sustainability
    • This module will enable a manager to understand and communicate the most important elements of sustainability to staff and Board members; conduct an analysis of the organization’s readiness and capability to undertake initiatives that will increase options for sustainability; review the feasibility of practical initiatives for increasing revenue or support at all levels; and establish detailed plans to increase self-sufficiency or sustainability.
  • Planner's Guide
    • This planner's guide was developped by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to guide communication program planning. It may serve as a guide for DPOs and differents organisations in planning and implementing their own projects.
  • Planning for Success: Participatory Project Planning
    • This manual offers processes and practical activities that maximize the input and ownership of your project, long before you raise the first dollar. One goal is to help you be sure that your plans best suit current needs and available resources. Another goal is that the process you use to develop your project also strengthens your organization, thereby ensuring a strong and successful future.
  • Principles and Practices for Nonprofit Excellence
    • The article is written by the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits. It reviews the principles for nonprofit excellence, the role of nonprofits in society, the nonprofits' governance, organizational planning, the nonprofits' transparency and accountability, fundraising, financial management, human resources, and evaluation.
  • Principles of Management
    • The manual describes the nature of managerial work, the role of managers, the moral and social dimensions of management, and the challenges for management.
  • Project Management Tools
    • The tools are methods to break down the project plan into sections, the performance, schedule, and cost dimensions.
  • Project Proposal Writing
    • This manual explains the process of a grant proposal; how to explain who you are, what you plan to do, and what you hope to achieve; how to describe your activities; how to develop a time-line; how to develop a budget and manage your finances; and how to monitor your project. PDF format.
  • Project Proposal Writing
    • This resource was written to help small NGOs get their projects started and successfully carried out.
  • Projets de prévention et de control du diabetes dans les pays à ressources limitées
    • Ce document a vocation à servir de source d’inspiration pour d’autres projets de lutte contre le diabète. French
  • Quality Standards for Voluntary and Community Organisations
    • PQASSO is Practical Quality Assurance System for Small Organisations, a manual for small organizations to work on planning, governance, management of people, money and resources, communication, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Reflective Peacebuilding: A Planning, Monitoring, and Learning Toolkit
    • The tools were designed by practitioners and scholar-practitioners for use at the community-level. They were developed over several years, as part of a learning collaboration between Catholic Relief Services (CRS’) program staff in Southeast Asia, and faculty and students at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. They have had hands-on testing with practitioners from around the globe.
  • Renforcer l’accès aux services de microfinance pour les personnes handicapées
    • Ce manuel d’animation d’atelier constitue une étape supplémentaire suite à l’étude menée en 2006 par Handicap international ayant conduit à la publication « Bonnes pratiques pour l’insertion économique des personnes handicapées dans les pays en développement. Mécanismes de financement pour l’auto-emploi ».
  • Replicating Success: A Manual to Alleviate Poverty through Peer Training
    • This manual is designed to assist organizations and agencies to learn how to replicate or adapt a successful program in Cambodia using local entrepreneurs with proven income-generating activities and small businesses to train others in replicating their businesses. PDF format.
  • Resource Kit No.3: Campaigns
    • This kit focuses on campaigns organised by persons with disabilities which promote our independence, equality of opportunity and full participation.The kit gives the reader some ideas for campaigns, things to be considered if you are to run a successful campaign and some real-life examples. PDF format.
  • Resource Mobilisation and Fundraising for DPOs
    • This manual serves as a guide for disabled people's organizations (DPOs) to enhance their fundraising and resources efforts by thinking and working through four equally important phases of resource mobilisation. PDF format.
  • Sample Calendar
    • Succeed in fundraising by staying active and conducting frequent and varied outreach. Check out this sample calendar to see tips for what your organization can do each day to raise funds.
  • Sawir-kartoonika Caalimaga
    • This booklet is a guide in how to make wallposter comics. Wallposter comics are inexpensively produced educational stories by local NGOs. In Somali.
  • Starting a Nonprofit Organization
    • This booklet is designed to provide founding board members with answers to some important questions they should ask during the beginning phases in the life of an organization.
  • Starting Your Own Business
    • This is a self-study guide for starting your own business, entrepreneuership, management, creating partnerships, economic factors, supply & demand, funding, and creating business plans. It contains assignments for studying, self-quizzes, and is framed as a course.
  • Strengthening Your Organization: A Series of Modules and Reference Materials for NGO and CBO Managers and Policy Makers (Introduction)
    • The introduction to a series of modules and reference materials compiled by the Pathfinder International Nigeria Country Office and Africa Regional Office in conjunction with Nigeria Management and Training Network.
  • Supporting Livestock Sector Development for Poverty Reduction: Issues and Proposals
    • This report from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations argues that since agriculture is the most important source of income for the world's population which makes under one dollar per day income, NGOs investing in the livestock sector is an ideal way to reduce poverty. Included are strategies and suggestions to building developing nations' livestock sectors.
  • Tactical Mapping Tool
    • A practical guide to creating a tactical map. Contains many examples of maps from organizations around the world all working on the issue of torture.
  • Tactical Mapping Tool: In Spanish
    • Una guía práctica para la creación de un mapa táctico. Contiene muchos ejemplos de mapas de las organizaciones de todo el mundo que trabajan en el tema de la tortura.
  • Tactical Mapping: How Nonprofits Can Identify the Levers of Change
    • Tactical mapping is a method of visualizing the relationships and institutions that surround, receive benefit from, and sustain human-rights abuses (although this article focuses specifically on human rights, tactical mapping can also be used for a range of issues on which nonprofits work).
  • The Economics and Governance of Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Bangladesh
    • An article from the World Bank concerning the state of non-governmental organizations in Bangladesh.
  • The 'most significant change' technique: A guide to its use
    • This guide is about a method of monitoring and evaluation called "Most Significant Change" (MSC) that is intended to bring attention to the impact of programs based on reports and stories from stakeholders. This guide is written for organizations, community groups, program managers, students and researchers.
  • The Need for New Tactics
    • An article by Douglas A. Johnson, outlining six reasons why new tactics are needed in human rights work.
  • The Role of NGOs in a Civil Society
    • This article defines what it means to be a non-governmental organziation and identifies the major roles of NGOs in society.
  • The Roles of Partnership and Bridging Leadership in Building Stronger Communities
    • This article provides a comprehensive overview of the major stakeholders in many partnerships: NGOs, government, businesses, and foundations. It describes the assets that each of them brings to partnerships and also discusses how corporate responsibility can be brought to partnerships.
  • The Value of Branding
    • This handout is a lesson in marketing non-governmental organizations with a brand or identity to receive optimal success. PDF format.
  • The Value of Marketing
    • This handout is a tool for teaching disabled people's organizations the value of marketing themselves as an organization. It gives broad suggestions on marketing an organization. PDF format.
  • Tips for Successful Grant Writing
    • Checklist for what to include, things to avoid
  • Tool Number 4: Stakeholder Participation in Monitoring and Evaluation
    • An article from the UNFPA about evaluating and monitoring non-governmental organization research.
  • Um Guia Prático para Organizações de Direitos Humanos para Mulheres
    • Este manual prático e autalizado de como arracadar adoações para o movimento da mulher. (Português).
  • Un guide pratique pour les organisations des droits des femmes
    • Ce guide offre actualisé et pratique pour la collecte des fonds en tant qu’une modeste contribution au mouvement mondial des femmes.
  • Understanding Strategy and Tactics
    • A guide for thinking about why strategies and tactics are important in your work.
  • Urdu Wallposter Comics Manual
    • This booklet is a guide in how to make wallposter comics. Wallposter comics are inexpensively produced educational stories by local NGOs. In Urdu.
  • Visualising Information for Advocacy: An Introduction to Information Design
    • This project aims to raise awareness, and promote good practice in information design – a powerful tool for advocacy, outreach, research, organisation and education.
  • Women's Fundraising Handbook
    • Designed especially for first-time fundraisers, this handbook presents some key ideas about raising money to fund women's rights work in today's global political and economic context.
  • Workshop on Capacity Building of NGOs in Post-Conflict Situations: Resource Guide
    • This workshop helps improve governance and management of NGOs in post-conflict situations.
  • Zimbabwe NGO Corporate Governance Manual
    • This manual seeks to improve the effectiveness of NGOs in Zimbabwe through improved governance.