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How to measure the progress and impact of champion building strategies

Our final champion building blog looks at how to measure the progress and impact of champions against your advocacy goals.

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Champion building for advocacy: supporting champions for sustainable partnerships

The third blog in our series explores how to design support packages for champions to maintain successful, long-term...

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Champion building: identifying the best people for your advocacy programme

The second blog in our champion building for advocacy series explores identifying champions in different contexts for...

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Champion building for advocacy: what is it and when to use it?

Champion building seeks to identify and empower individuals to act as advocates for change. Our new blog series asks the key...

Practice Paper

Learning at the speed of trust – Learning Brief

This is the second and final Learning Brief which aims to share lessons with the wider advocacy community from an innovative...

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Learning at the speed of trust: building monitoring, evaluation and learning capacity

Learnings from an innovative programme providing flexible tailored support to meet six organisations ‘where they were’ to...

News

Itad statement on the Ukraine crisis

  As an organisation committed to having a positive impact in the world, Itad is horrified by the loss of civilian lives...

Knowledge product

Champions for life: How to identify, support, and evaluate advocates for social change

‘Champion building’ is a key advocacy tactic that many organizations including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF)...

News

News: Rob Lloyd takes over as Managing Partner

After three and a half years in the position, our current Managing Partner, Tim Ruffer, will be handing over the reins to Rob...

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Video: What makes the RA programme so great?

Reflections from our graduated Research Analysts on their experiences of our two-year learning and development programme

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Video: Introducing Itad’s Research Analyst programme

In this video, we explain how our RA programme is helping give early-career individuals the tools they need for MEL...

Report

A360 Process Evaluation – Final Report

Findings from a process evaluation of the Adolescents 360 program, which delivered modern contraception to over 400,000 girls...

Knowledge product

ASPIRE UKAC Process Evaluation Report

Process evaluation report of the ASPIRE UKAC pilots for the Integration of SRHR, Population health and environment and climate...

Knowledge product

ASPIRE UKAC Resilience Framework Discussion Paper

Discussion paper for the ASPIRE UKAC programme pilots integrating climate change resilience and sexual and reproductive health...

Knowledge product

ASPIRE UKAC Resilience Paper

Giving women choices in reproductive health to support their resilience to climate change and other shocks and stressors: a...

Blog

60 Seconds on Migration and Forced Displacement

Elisa Sandri discusses recent highlights and challenges from our work around Migration and Forced Displacement as we lead...