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Giving victims of domestic violence the support to stand tall

Giving victims of domestic violence the support to stand tall

23 July 2013: Eva Cristina Ramirez Larquier was trapped in a violent marriage. She tried repeatedly to seek help but had no success. 

Tweets and posts promoting social change in Lebanon

Tweets and posts promoting social change in Lebanon

10 July 2013: Mohammad Mtawea won the game of collecting the most business cards at the @SocialMediasPACE event recently held in Beirut.

New street signs point local government in right direction

New street signs point local government in right direction

03 July 2013: Many cities and towns in Ghana do not have street signs nor building addresses.

Voter education for Ghana’s remote communities – in pictures

Voter education for Ghana’s remote communities – in pictures

25 June 2013: Before Ghana’s last national elections, Partners in Participatory Development (PAPADEV), a local NGO, carried out a voter education campaign among remote communities in Ghana’s Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District. Thousands of rural citizens from 30 communities were reached through PAPADEV’s work.

How do you rebuild a government in post-invasion Iraq?

How do you rebuild a government in post-invasion Iraq?

21 June 2013: Two thought leaders from MSI, our America's operation, authored a white paper on governance in Iraq.

Living with HIV/AIDs in Zambia, videos provide close look at progress

Living with HIV/AIDs in Zambia, videos provide close look at progress

19 June 2013: The Zambian interactive map highlights great videos showing the work supporting HIV/AIDS organization.

Loboc tourism and community benefit from Australia Awards

Loboc tourism and community benefit from Australia Awards

19 June 2013: Through the leadership of Ms Teodosia Bernaldez, an Australia Awards recipient, the Loboc Tourism Centre in the Philippines has been able to double the number of guests in five years, provide employment to local men and women, and assist the local community in a variety of ways.

Low-cost housing project to be replicated in Nigeria’s capital

Low-cost housing project to be replicated in Nigeria’s capital

19 June 2013: About 30 minutes by car from Nigeria’s capital city stands the tranquil semi-rural Luvu Village. Luvu is different from other villages - interwoven with older houses, subsistence plots and lush green vegetation stand clusters of newly built terraced houses that are affordable for the poor.

Mobiles provide social benefits, but many women are left out

Mobiles provide social benefits, but many women are left out

12 June 2013: What if girls could get help learning to read, rural women could be mobilised to contribute to the drafting of a new constitution and women farmers be provided with information to help them better provide for their families, all through mobile phones? They already have.

Iraq approves new national development plan

Iraq approves new national development plan

08 June 2013: Our America's operation, MSI,  assisted the Government of Iraq in drafting the National Development Plan (NDP) for 2013-2017.

Consultative body enables Afghan citizens to voice their policing needs

Consultative body enables Afghan citizens to voice their policing needs

30 May 2013: Afghanistan’s Minister of Interior Affairs has created a consultative body of civil society representatives to discuss the policing needs of the Afghan public.

This was the final report for our South Sudan project

Building support for South Sudan's development through M&E and reporting

24 May 2013: The easy-to-read final report by MSI, our America's operation, highlights the achievements in South Sudan. 

Helping to launch first professional association on organization development in Zambia

Helping to launch first professional association on organization development in Zambia

08 May 2013: Our America's operation, MSI, provided a start-up grant and technical support to the newly founded Institute of Organization Development Facilitators (IODF) in Zambia through the USAID-funded Local Partners Capacity Building project (LPCB).

Treating the cause, not the symptom, of youth violence in South Sudan

Treating the cause, not the symptom, of youth violence in South Sudan

03 May 2013: While migrating during the dry season in Jonglei, South Sudan, the Lou Nuer tribe came under attack. The violence was attributed to the Murle tribe. Rumours surfaced that Lou Nuer were mobilizing for a violent retaliation against the perpetrators. 

Small hold farmers benefit from grants

Small hold farmers benefit from grants

22 April 2013: In this video, Chris Colmar from Sarami Plantation explains how an AusAID grant through the Enterprise Challenge Fund enabled them to work with smallholder farmers in Vanuatu to improve cattle production.

Coffey expert discusses demographic changes’ impacts on labour markets

Coffey expert discusses demographic changes’ impacts on labour markets

27 March 2013: Coffey’s Piotr Stronkowski joined a panel of experts last week to discuss the implications of changing demographics and an ageing society on labour markets.

Patience Agyare-Kwabi: A Dedication to Women’s Empowerment

Patience Agyare-Kwabi: A Dedication to Women’s Empowerment

08 March 2013: Her friends and family told her that she would never get a good job if she studied gender and development. Fifteen years later, Patience Agyare-Kwabi is writing a book about the more than 50 gender and development projects she has worked on, with organisations such as the UN, EU, DFID, Danida and the World Bank.

26-year-old Moroccan Woman Learns to Read After Denied Schooling Because of Disability

26-year-old Moroccan Woman Learns to Read After Denied Schooling Because of Disability

08 March 2013: In her secluded village of Mzaourou, Morocco, neighbors told Najat Ghazwani about the Kifayate Project, a vocational literacy program. 

Championing Women's Rights in Bangladesh

Championing Women's Rights in Bangladesh

06 March 2013: Trimita Chakma’s passion for development and gender equality extends well beyond her work as Alumni and MIS Manager of the Australia Awards in South Asia. Her work in combating violence against women was recognised with her selection as one of the delegates from Bangladesh for the 7th Annual Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit held in December last year.

Meet our Gender Advisors - Darcy Ashman

Meet our Gender Advisors - Darcy Ashman

06 March 2013: Darcy works with MSI as the Washington D.C. based gender practice leader. She has over 25 years' experience in international development as a gender and civil society advisor, researcher, trainer, evaluator and manager.

Breaking Gender Barriers in Aceh

Breaking Gender Barriers in Aceh

05 March 2013: Working in a non-traditional role in a patriarchal culture, Noor Alam Wirasendjaja is playing an important role in policy change and reform in the education sector in Aceh, Indonesia.

Meet our Gender Advisors

Meet our Gender Advisors

05 March 2013: At Coffey, we have a team of dedicated Gender Advisors and Specialists working on our projects and in our corporate offices ensuring that gender analysis and empowerment are included as essential cross-cutting initiatives in each of our programs.

A selection of our gender experts are profiled here.

Coffey Launches New Blog

Coffey Launches New Blog

05 March 2013: Coffey’s Human and Social Development practice has launched a new blog, creating a forum for sharing observations and opinions in its areas of expertise: gender, education, health, social protection and voice and accountability.

International Women's Day - A PNG Perspective from Rosemary Green

International Women's Day - A PNG Perspective from Rosemary Green

05 March 2013: Rosemary Green is our Papua New Guinea Country Manager. With International Women's Day approaching, she spoke to us on the progression of women's equality in international development with an emphasis on the PNG perspective.

Education the Path to Gender Equality in Sri Lanka

Education the Path to Gender Equality in Sri Lanka

04 March 2013: Dr Hemamali Palihakkara is Country Scholarship Coordinator for the AusAID-funded Australia Awards in Sri Lanka, and one of Sri Lanka’s most senior educators.

Scaling Up in India to Improve Maternal Health

Scaling Up in India to Improve Maternal Health

04 March 2013: With support from the MacArthur and the Packard Foundations, MSI spent the last nine years developing, applying and disseminating methods and tools for scaling up innovative solutions to address major social problems in the developing world.

Sir Puka Launches First Gender Policy for Public Service in PNG

Sir Puka Launches First Gender Policy for Public Service in PNG

26 February 2013:

“Our government stands by the targets set including an increase of the representation of women in the public sector by 15% in leadership and decision making roles,” Papua New Guinea Public Service Minister Sir Puka Temu announced at the recent launch of the National Public Service Gender Equity and Social Inclusion (GESI) Policy.

Coffey and MSI Help Tackle Corruption in Vietnam

Coffey and MSI Help Tackle Corruption in Vietnam

18 February 2013: Vietnam has a ways to go in eliminating corruption. In 2012, Transparency International placed it in the bottom third of the 176 countries surveyed for its Corruption Perceptions Index. And corruption is systemic, affecting economic growth and the quality of governance.

Foreign Minister opens 2nd phase of Education Program in Kiribati

Foreign Minister opens 2nd phase of Education Program in Kiribati

11 February 2013: The Kiribati Education Program program is delivering quality education to more than 10,000 school aged children in Kiribati – with an emphasis on literacy and numeracy, both in their native tongue and English.

Quiz Show Gives Youthful Buzz to Anti-Corruption in Afghanistan

Quiz Show Gives Youthful Buzz to Anti-Corruption in Afghanistan

02 February 2013: In front of a live audience of more than 900 high school and university students, youths participated in a quiz show designed to raise awareness on laws and institutions dedicated to anti-corruption. 

Fast Relief for Fiji

Fast Relief for Fiji brings Christmas Joy

15 January 2013: AusAID, through its Fiji Community Development Program, has provided over F$600,000 to assist families and communities affected by Tropical Cyclone Evan in Fiji.

Improving Citizen-State Relations in Pakistan

Improving Citizen-State Relations in Pakistan

08 January 2013: We recently began work on a DFID-funded program aimed at improving governance and the delivery of security and justice services to Pakistani citizens.

Documentary Highlights Successes in Community-Based Policing

Documentary Highlights Successes in Community-Based Policing

04 January 2013: The USAID-funded COMET project helped rebuild the relationship between police and the toughest neighborhoods in Jamaica.

Anti-Corruption Day Activities Around the World

Anti-Corruption Day Activities Around the World

29 December 2012: Projects for our America's operation, MSI,celebrated International Anti-corruption day by promoting awareness, bringing together different parties for a dialogue, and screening movies in the sky that we helped to produce!

MSI’s Indonesian Partner Arrests Judges on Corruption Charges

Indonesian Partner Arrests Judges on Corruption Charges

18 December 2012: On the country’s independence day, Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) arrested two judges for allegedly accepting $15,000 in bribes to set free a high-ranking official.

HMEP Finalst for British Expertise Award

Monitoring and Evaluation Program Among Finalists for British Expertise Award

13 December 2012: The Helmand Monitoring and Evaluation Program (HMEP) has been selected as one of three finalists for the British Expertise award for Outstanding International Development Project in a Fragile State. 

How One Auction in Britain Made a Difference to 15 Families in Kosovo  – in pictures

How One Auction in Britain Made a Difference to 15 Families in Kosovo – in pictures

10 December 2012:  

We held an auction at our December holiday party to raise money for poor families in Kosovo. Here are some of their stories.

 

Four friends holding up their ID cards after registering to vote.

Social Media Encourages Ghanaians to Vote

07 December 2012: Blogging Ghana, a non-profit association of bloggers and social media enthusiasts, has been using YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms to encourage Ghanaians to discuss issues surrounding the 2012 elections and to go out and vote.

Free Call Number to Save Mothers and Babies

Free Call Number to Save Mothers and Babies

03 December 2012: A free call number launched in Milne Bay Province in Papua New Guinea will help save the alarmingly high number of women and children dying during childbirth.

Launch of Gender Equality Initiative in PNG

Launch of Gender Equality Initiative in PNG

26 November 2012: “We have waited too long for this, we must take action now”, Papua New Guinea Minister for Public Service Sir Puka Temu said at the launching of the “Kirapim Wok GESI” campaign at a breakfast for government agencies.

Afghan MoI Leaders Visit London

Senior Afghan Ministry of Interior Leaders Meet with UK Officials in London

23 November 2012: Four high-ranking officials from the Afghan Ministry of Interior visited London last month to learn about performance management systems used by UK government agencies such as the Ministry of Defence and the Home Office.

Bringing Innovative Technology to Ghana's Local Governments

Bringing Innovative Technology to Ghana's Local Governments

21 November 2012: Ghana’s Western Region produces 60 percent of Ghana’s GDP mostly through its expanding natural resources. Along with the region being a major producer of coco, gold, bauxite and rubber, oil was discovered off the coast. This economic boon has also created tensions and problems within the region.

Providing M&E and Communications Support in Kenya

M&E and Communications Support in Kenya

21 November 2012: MSI, the America’s operation of Coffey International Development, was recently awarded the Kenya Support Services for USAID project. MSI will provide support to USAID/Kenya in meeting day-to-day information needs in order to make informed program management decisions, as well as provide substantive support with qualitative, quantitative, and analytical information to assist in assessing and evaluating the Mission’s development hypothesis.

Preparing Civil Servants for the Future of Effective Procurement Reform in Iraq

Preparing Civil Servants for the Future of Effective Procurement Reform in Iraq

21 November 2012: The USAID-funded Tarabot project team coordinated the country’s first procurement conference with the Iraq Ministry of Planning. The project’s partners and ministry officials discussed future procurement development plans and coordinated with the World Bank, UNDP and other international agencies.

Bringing Stringent M&E Standards to a Complex Afghan Environment

Bringing Stringent M&E Standards to a Complex Afghan Environment

15 November 2012: With strong emphasis on evidence-based decision making and evaluation standards, USAID/Afghanistan recently gathered monitoring and evaluation (M&E) experts from our America's operation MSI and elsewhere for the second M&E Summit at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul.

Better Advocacy, from Nairobi’s Small Businesses to Cairo’s NGOs

Better Advocacy, from Nairobi’s Small Businesses to Cairo’s NGOs

27 October 2012: Citizens’ capacity to voice their views on how their governments deliver services is a vital part of poverty reduction. States that can be held accountable are more likely to respond positively to the different needs and demands of the public, especially the poor.

Supporting Informed Decision-Making Across Africa

Supporting Informed Decision-Making Across Africa

27 October 2012: Robust evidence is necessary for informed decision-making. In international development, where resources are scarce and decision-makers must carefully consider options in order to achieve best value results, the emphasis on evidence-based decision-making has never been greater. 

Improving Education in Ghana

Coffey Helps Deliver Ghana’s Education Strategy

27 October 2012: Since the introduction of free and compulsory basic education in 1995, Ghana has made significant headway in widening access to education and reducing gender gaps. However, massive inequalities in educational outcomes remain, especially between rich and poor, north and south, and girls and boys. 

Exceeding HIV/AIDS-Education Goals in Zambia

Exceeding HIV/AIDS-Education Goals in Zambia

19 October 2012: In Zambia’s largest city of Ndola, the New Masala Theatre Productions began as a youth group running a “Youth Friendly Corner” in the New Masala Clinic. A theatre program evolved from this clinic work where they addressed the topics of HIV and AIDS to adolescents.

Bringing Sight to Bali

Bringing Sight to Bali

12 October 2012: Dr Dyah Utari is a general practitioner working in an Indonesian Health Centre (Bangli Puskesmas) servicing four village communities in rural Bali. She holds monthly eye screening activities in the Centre to help identify eye disease. It is not uncommon for over 100 patients to attend each Clinic session.

Gender Advisor receives International UN Peace Award

Gender Advisor receives UN Peace Award

12 October 2012: LOGICA 2 Gender Adviser, Suraiya Kamaruzzaman has been voted Indonesia’s Role Model for Peace in 2012 by the N-Peace network.  

Discussing Elections and Role of Women in Politics at TechWomen 2012

Discussing Elections and Role of Women in Politics at TechWomen 2012

11 October 2012: VP Ellen Yount of our America's operation MSI presented in front of more than 100 women technology leaders from the Middle East who participated in this year’s US State Department-sponsored TechWomen Initiative. 

Honorary Visiting Professorship for Coffey Expert

Honorary Visiting Professorship for Coffey Expert

02 October 2012: Coffey’s Dr Andrew Rathmell has been invited to take up an Honorary Visiting Professorship at the University of Exeter’s new Strategy and Security Institute in the UK.

Road to Adventure

Road to Adventure

28 September 2012: The Provincial Road Management Facility has worked to improve the quality of roads in Bohol, Philippines. The people of Bohol have been provided with improved access to health services, education and market opportunities.

This video was produced by Coffey in conjunction with AusAID. AusAID have featured it on their YouTube channel and website.

Podcast: Gender and International Development

Podcast: Gender and International Development

28 September 2012: Our America's operation MSI Technical Manager Kaydee Dahlin leads a discussion with Senior Associate and Gender Practice Area Leader Darcy Ashman on International Women’s Day 2012 about her experiences and current issues in development relating to gender.

Defending Citizens from Bribery in Afghanistan

Defending Citizens from Bribery in Afghanistan

20 September 2012: A small business owner felt cheated by the tax department after having to pay an unnecessary extra 5,000 Afghanis (Afs). He came across a poster for the new Citizens Legal Advocate Office (CLAO) in Kabul and decided to seek their free legal advice from a CLAO lawyer.

Australian Parliamentary Delegation visit Maternal Health Project

Australian Parliamentary Delegation visit Maternal Health Project

14 September 2012: An Australian parliamentary delegation was impressed by their recent visit to the Puskesmas Pauh Kambar health centre in Panang Pariaman, Indonesia.

Coffey hosts AusAID Leadership Award Intern

Coffey hosts AusAID Leadership Awardee Intern

13 September 2012: The Coffey International Development Australia Security and Justice team recently supervised an AusAID Leadership Awardee intern, Mohammad Ashfaqul Alam (Ash). 

M&E Framework wins Award

M&E Framework wins Award

31 August 2012: We are proud to announce the AusAID-funded Mongolia Australian Scholarships Program Monitoring and Evaluation Framework has won an Australian Evaluation Society Award for Excellence in Evaluation.

Grant brings PNG Evaluators to International Conference

Grant brings PNG Evaluators to International Conference

30 August 2012: Seven PNG Association of Professional Evaluators (AoPE) will present at the Australasian Evaluators Society International Conference in Adelaide today.

MSI Video highlights Fight against Philippines Corruption

Fight against Philippines Corruption highlighted in MSI video

28 August 2012: In the Philippines, public clamor for accountability in government institutions regained momentum after President Aquino was elected on an anti-corruption platform, "Kung walang corrupt, walang mahirap", roughly translated as, "If there is no corruption, there will be no poverty".

Delivering Social Services in Kosovo

Delivering Social Services in Kosovo

28 August 2012: Municipalities in Kosovo are much better equipped to plan, budget and deliver social services to the most needy members of their communities as a result of Coffey’s management of DFID’s Social Service Decentralisation Project.

Sharing our M&E Expertise

Sharing our M&E Expertise

28 August 2012: Two of Coffey's Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) experts, Amanda Jupp and Regina Rokam Palek, will join a program featuring speakers from around the world at the Australasian Evaluation Society International Conference being held in Adelaide this week.

Productivity on the Rise in Indonesia

Productivity on the Rise

28 August 2012: Production of fuel briquettes is very much on the rise in Puereulak, Aceh Timur. The Maju Beusare KSM (self-help group) has gone from producing 90kg of fuel briquettes per month to producing 150kg in three hours.

An access ramp built in a junior high school, thanks to Voice Ghana’s advocacy

Advocacy Brings Wheelchair Ramps to Ghana’s Schools

07 August 2012: Thanks to a project made possible by the STAR-Ghana program, 72 school buildings in Ghana’s Volta Region will soon have wheelchair ramps, allowing children with disabilities to reach their classrooms more easily.

MSI Experts Contribute to USAID CSO Report

MSI Experts Contribute to USAID CSO Report

02 August 2012: USAID recently published the 15th edition of its Civil Society Organisation (CSO) Sustainability Index for Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia. Produced with the support of our America's operation MSI technical experts, the index measures the overall strength and viability of organisations in 29 countries.

Improving Job Opportunities for the Poor in Nigeria

Improving Job Opportunities for the Poor in Nigeria

27 July 2012: We were recently awarded the DFID-funded Growth and Employment in States 4 (GEMS 4) project, which seeks to improve income and employment opportunities within Nigeria’s wholesale and retail sector, particularly for the poorest and most vulnerable.   

Kiribati Children Start School Year on Solid Ground

Kiribati Children Start School Year on Solid Ground

27 July 2012: The Kiribati Education Improvement Program has enabled 220 Kiribati school children to start the school year in rehabilitated classrooms complete with drinking water, hand washing stations and toilets.

Iraqi girl

New Iraqi Patients' Rights Charter is Major Step for Human Rights

10 July 2012: The Iraqi Ministry of Health (MoH) and the USAID-funded Primary Health Care Project in Iraq (PHCPI) held a two-day workshop in Baghdad in March to discuss the newly-developed Patients’ Rights Charter.

Our America's operation MSI, is implementing the project to support the Ministry in creating functional health services at community and facility levels by improving the quality of clinical services, as well as increasing community involvement and understanding of healthcare.

Maternal and neonatal health in Indonesia

Supporting Maternal and Neonatal Health in Indonesia

10 July 2012: The AusAID-funded, Coffey-managed Australia Indonesian Partnership for Maternal and Neonatal Health program is working to reduce high maternal and neonatal mortality rates in one of Indonesia’s poorest provinces, East Nusa Tenggara, which has one of the highest rates of maternal and neonatal mortality in South East Asia.

The program aims to improve services related to pregnancy and childbirth, strengthen the health system, and improve accountability and performance in the province.

Rajani Ved

Scaling Up the Innovative Work of Local Organisations

01 June 2012: In the video above, Dr Rajani Ved talks about the challenges and results of scaling up pilot projects in India. As a Senior Technical Associate for MSI’s Scaling Up project, she worked with the Population Foundation of India (PFI) on scaling up of initiatives for reproductive health and adolescent reproductive and sexual health programs in India.

Zambian people

Zambians Build Skills in Strategic Communications

18 May 2012: Nineteen professionals representing four health and HIV/AIDS-focused Zambian NGOs, along with staff from the USAID-supported MSI Zambia Local Partners Capacity Building (LPCB) project, learned during training in April that there’s more to communicating strategically than meets the eye. MSI is our America's operation.

Indonesia mother and child

Changing Lives in Indonesia

03 April 2012: The AusAID-developed TV series, Changing Lives, has gone to air on the Australia Network - reaching viewers in over 44 countries. Focusing on the work of various Australian international development professionals overseas, Coffey's Alan Atwell was one of the people selected to be profiled.

From Aid to Trade: Delivering Results

MSI Recognised for Excellence in Evaluation

22 March 2012: A report from our America's operation MSI was recently recognised at USAID for promoting excellence in evaluation. MSI’s Trade Evaluation report, From Aid to Trade: Delivering Results, was one of five evaluations selected to serve as examples of high quality evaluations. Those reports are featured online at www.usaid.gov/evaluation.

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News Archive
Supporting DFID’s Aid Effectiveness Agenda
New Iraqi Patients' Rights Charter is Major Step for Human Rights
Scaling Up the Innovative Work of Local Organisations
Zambians Build Skills in Strategic Communications
Changing Lives in Indonesia
MSI Recognised for Excellence in Evaluation
Improving Job Opportunities for the Poor in Nigeria
Kiribati Children Start School Year on Solid Ground
Advocacy Brings Wheelchair Ramps to Ghana’s Schools
MSI Experts Contribute to USAID CSO Report
MSI Video highlights Fight against Philippines Corruption
Delivering Social Services in Kosovo
Sharing our M&E Expertise
Productivity on the Rise in Indonesia
Grant brings PNG Evaluators to International Conference
M&E Framework wins Award
Coffey hosts AusAID Leadership Award Intern
Australian Parliamentary Delegation visit Maternal Health Project
Defending Citizens from Bribery in Afghanistan
Road to Adventure
Podcast: Gender and International Development
Honorary Visiting Professorship for Coffey Expert
Bringing Sight to Bali
Gender Advisor receives International UN Peace Award
Exceeding HIV/AIDS-Education Goals in Zambia
Better Advocacy, from Nairobi’s Small Businesses to Cairo’s NGOs
Supporting Informed Decision-Making Across Africa
Coffey Helps Deliver Ghana’s Education Strategy
Discussing Elections and Role of Women in Politics at TechWomen 2012
Bringing Innovative Technology to Ghana's Local Governments
Providing M&E and Communications Support in Kenya
Senior Afghan Ministry of Interior Leaders Meet with UK Officials in London
Launch of Gender Equality Initiative in PNG
Supporting Maternal and Neonatal Health in Indonesia
Free Call Number to Save Mothers and Babies
Preparing Civil Servants for the Future of Effective Procurement Reform in Iraq
Bringing Stringent M&E Standards to a Complex Afghan Environment
Social Media Encourages Ghanaians to Vote
How One Auction in Britain Made a Difference to 15 Families in Kosovo – in pictures
Monitoring and Evaluation Program Among Finalists for British Expertise Award
Anti-Corruption Day Activities Around the World
MSI’s Indonesian Partner Arrests Judges on Corruption Charges
Documentary Highlights Successes in Community-Based Policing
Improving Citizen-State Relations in Pakistan
Fast Relief for Fiji
Quiz Show Gives Youthful Buzz to Anti-Corruption in Afghanistan
Foreign Minister opens 2nd phase of Education Program in Kiribati
Coffey and MSI Help Tackle Corruption in Vietnam
Sir Puka Launches First Gender Policy for Public Service in PNG
Championing Women's Rights in Bangladesh
Breaking Gender Barriers in Aceh
Enhancing Women's Economic Advancement in South Asia & The Pacific
Education the Path to Gender Equality in Sri Lanka
Scaling Up in India to Improve Maternal Health
Meet our Gender Advisors - Darcy Ashman
International Development Podcasts
Patience Agyare-Kwabi: A Dedication to Women’s Empowerment
26-year-old Moroccan Woman Learns to Read After Denied Schooling Because of Disability
Meet our Gender Advisors
Blog
Coffey Launches New Blog
Meet our Gender Advisors - Cara Ellickson
Meet our Gender Advisors - Glenn Davies
Meet our Gender Advisors - Tau Geno-Hoire
Meet our Gender Specialists - Aisha Lawal
Meet our Gender Advisors - Kate Nethercott
International Women's Day - A PNG Perspective from Rosemary Green
Meet our Gender Advisors - Jane Kesno
Meet our Gender Advisors - Dorcas Sevua
Coffey expert discusses demographic changes’ impacts on labour markets
Small hold farmers benefit from grants
Consultative body enables Afghan citizens to voice their policing needs
Treating the cause, not the symptom, of youth violence in South Sudan
Helping to launch first professional association on organization development in Zambia
Building support for South Sudan's development through M&E and reporting
Iraq approves new national development plan
Mobiles provide social benefits, but many women are left out
Living with HIV/AIDs in Zambia, videos provide close look at progress
Loboc tourism and community benefit from Australia Awards
Low-cost housing project to be replicated in Nigeria’s capital
New street signs point local government in right direction
Voter education for Ghana’s remote communities – in pictures
How do you rebuild a government in post-invasion Iraq?
Tweets and posts promoting social change in Lebanon
Giving victims of domestic violence the support to stand tall
Meeting the challenges of higher education through collaboration
Responding to family and sexual violence in PNG
Scaling up development projects worldwide
First hand accountability through the eyes of American experts
Making a "real difference" in the Philippines
Achieving affordable accommodation in Nigeria
Australia Awards Cambodia
Healing a nation
Training Iraqi professionals to manage the future
Celebrating education achievements in PNG
PNG Infographic
C4D and improving government accountability in PNG
Value for Money: From Theory to Practice
Afghan Ministry of Interior reaches 19 million people through text messages
Duck farms breeding success with Challenge Fund support
Coffey organises Civil Society Learning Forum
Promoting peace through civil society in Syria
Male role models stepping forward to fight violence against women in PNG
Giving wings to private-sector businesses in the Pacific and South-East Asia
Supporting stronger communities across PNG
Mapping Enterprise Challenge Fund projects across Asia Pacific
Excellent reviews for £27 million civil society and governance program
Fiji disaster relief workshop
White Ribbon Campaign
Building knowledge for disability support
UK supports Vietnam’s anti-corruption efforts
More than 400,000 reached via the Enterprise Challenge Fund
Coffey shortlisted for three British Expertise awards
Helping displaced Sri Lankan citizens begin again
Historic rollout of social safety net in Iraq
Infographic: Afghan Ministry of Interior Better Prepared for Transition
New film ‘The Jungle School’ based on Australia Awards recipients
VIDEO: Meeting the Needs of Ghana's Poor and Disadvantaged
MSI awarded three new partnerships with USAID
Inspiring change for International Women’s Day
Inspiring change for International Women's Day
Inspiring change for International Women's Day
Parveen's Story
Fatima’s Story
Maryum's Story
Inspiring change for International Women's Day
Talent to match growing markets: Coffey General Managers announced
Supporting the women’s perspective in Georgia
Leadership programs: measuring impact
New financial product to help poor women grow their businesses
A healthier Maldives with some help from Australia
Talking Monitoring and Evaluation with Devex
Maldives moves to protect globally significant site
Bhutanese dairy industry takes off
Justice in Bhutan enhanced with forensics service
Water supply success: Sri Lanka’s ancient wisdom and Australian ideas
Coffey’s Mayssa Daye Receives Young Consultant of the Year Award
Mobile for Development - From M-PESA to Today
3 Proven Best Practices for Helping to Develop Civil Society Capacity
Fighting malaria with microbiology
Special women’s desks launched in Pakistani police stations
IN PHOTOS: American-Style Presidential Debates in Ghana
Coffey’s Sinead Magill makes Management Today’s 35 Women Under 35 shortlist
Fiji disaster recovery workshop
Coffey Principal Jon Moss to be awarded an OBE
Inerie – Australians and Indonesians working together to improve women’s and babies’ health
A strategic approach to growing tourism in PNG
VIDEO: Stronger civil society, better prospects for Syria's people
European Commission’s Civil Society Dialogue: Measuring effectiveness
Coffey prinicpal makes Management Today’s “35 Women Under 35” list