GKI wrapped up the Coffee Collaboration Colloquium on March 18, 2014 in Kigali, Rwanda and we’re proud to announce it was a great success. More details to come, but for now we’d like to thank our sponsors–WeatherSafe and Counter Culture Coffee–once more, and share some photos from the event.
Development agencies around the world are increasingly recognizing the value learning agendas bring to organizational learning processes. How can we make sure these agendas are actually followed and that teams are truly engaging in dynamic learning that benefits their work and catalyzes tangible change?
Did you know your brain is wired with negativity bias? We are predisposed to spot things that are not going well and feel an instinctual tug to fix them. As a result, researchers estimate that we spend about 80% of our time trying to fix what’s not working and 20% of our time trying to build on our strengths.
This post was originally featured on the Chicago Council of Global Affairs’ Blog, Global Food For Thought As a US Peace Corps Volunteer in a rural Ugandan village in 2010, I never expected my neighbors to own satellite TVs. We couldn’t buy carrots at a market within a 30-kilometer radius. I planted beans with my…
Applications for the AI4Resilience Challenge in Bangladesh are now closed. Learn more about our judges for this stage, the next steps, and when Challenge Participants will be announced.
This project, named the Caribbean Corporate Investment for Resilience (CCIR) project, centers private sector and humanitarian actors in jointly mapping the systemic challenges and opportunities faced across the islands in the times leading up to and immediately following disasters.