Inspired - Market Systems Development
People in NeedIn the 4th issue of INPIRED magazine we take you through examples of MSD approaches used in PIN’s projects across the globe. We describe how MSD approaches can increase ...
Inspired - Accountability
People in NeedIn the third issue of Inspired, we introduce examples of how PIN approaches accountability in its work and how we learn from the process. Explore our safeguarding standards and commitment to the Do ...
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Advancing understanding of Dzud Risk: a Livestock Mortality Model and Multi-Indicator Dzud Vulnerability Index (MDVI)
People in NeedMongolia is regularly affected by a disaster in which socio-natural factors combine to create peaks of livestock mortality called dzud. The increasing incidence of dzud and its effect on Mongolian ...
PIN STRATEGY 2018-2021: Social Inclusion and Protection
People in NeedPeople in Need´s global strategy of its priority sector of Social Inclusion and Protection for years 2018-2021.
The Impact of mHealth in Angola
People in NeedPeople in Need started piloting a maternal health (m-Health) project in 2015. The project is combination of sending voice messages with information on neonatal care to mobile phones of registered ...
The Self-Help group approach in Afghanistan
This report offers an overview of how the Self-Help Group (SHG) approach has been used in the Afghan urban context, with a focus on its three main components — social development, economic ...
25 years of People in Need
People in Need has provided aid in crisis-affected areas and defended human rights since 1992. In 25 years, we have become the biggest non-profit organizations in Central Europe. Every year, we ...
Value for money - Step by step guide
What is the cost of reaching each output and outcome of our project and are these costs justifiable?
Identifying positive practices to improve nutrition in Zambia
People in needWhat enables some poor members of the community to out-perform their neighbours?
We must learn what they are doing right!