Everyone these days wants to find a better way to evaluate the performance of humanitarian and non-profit organizations, in part because many of these groups have for too long operated on the assumption that having good intentions, a noble mission, was good enough. But finding better metrics for do-gooders can be harder than it sounds.
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1 Water advocates sour on Philanthropedia’s crowd-sourced rankings
6 Water advocate questions why the Gates Foundation is so stuck on the toilet
Marla Smith-Nilson is director of Seattle-based Water 1st International and has worked for decades trying to improve…
3 World Water Day: Activist frustrated with fleeting fixes
Today is World Water Day and there’s a big meeting in South Africa as hundreds, or maybe…