What Works in International Development?
Sustainable projects are based upon a series of building block activities that have shown scientific evidence of having worked, and that provide effective grassroots solutions to needs identified by rural communities. These are known as Evidence-Based Best Practices.
All of the following resources can be found on CSDi’s Field Tools page.
We research these best practice activities and package them in easy-to-use:
Project Resources are Arranged by Sector:
2. Water & Sanitation
3. Health & Hygiene
4. Food & Agriculture
5. Education & Literacy
6. Eco Sustainability
7. Economic Dev
11. Emergency Relief
12. Climate Change
We also provide information on how to assemble sustainable projects using the resources above in these pages:
123 Project Development
Here is a simple example of how to use the tools on this website to include evidence-based interventions in:
- the implementation of a grant you have received
- building an impact oriented project from the ground up
Design Projects With Impact
This page shows a step-by-step progression an NGO can take to design compelling projects with these qualities and for presentation to donors.
Example Integrated Projects
Select from individual activities on this website when designing a project, or come here, to the Project Examples Directory, for pre-integrated project ideas.
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