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Rethinking Development Podcast

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Rethinking Development Podcast

Rethinking Development Podcast

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Long-form, personal conversations with international development and humanitarian aid practitioners, thinkers, activists, academics and more. Conversations center on lived experiences and reflections on ethical issues, power dynamics, systemic challenges and lessons learnt. Common themes: redistributing power, working with diverse stakeholders, negotiating partnerships, measuring impact, learning from mistakes, doing no harm, building trust, ensuring accountability, rejecting saviour complex ...
 
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Polska pomoc - Polish Aid

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Polska pomoc - Polish Aid

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Polska pomoc to marka polskiej współpracy rozwojowej realizowanej przez MSZ we współpracy z polskimi instytucjami publicznymi, organizacjami pozarządowymi i lokalnymi podmiotami w krajach partnerskich. Za pomocą podcastów będziemy informować o zaangażowaniu Polski w pomoc humanitarną i rozwojową będącą częścią polityki zagranicznej kraju. // Polish Aid is a brand of Polish development cooperation carried out by the MFA in cooperation with Polish public institutions, non-governmental organiza ...
 
How do I lead a team in international development to better performance, while maintaining my wellbeing and making an impact in the community? Using her 12 years' experience in international development as well as professional coaching background, host Torrey Peace answers these questions and more in The Aid for Aid Workers Leadership Podcast. Here you'll find a mix of mini trainings and step-by-step guides, as well as best practices from other aid workers and a healthy dose of coaching from ...
 
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Ethos of Aid

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Ethos of Aid

Kimber Vradenburg

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Hi, my name is Kimber Vradenburg, and I've been a humanitarian practitioner for over 20 years. I love this work, because it continually asks me to reflect, grow, give the best of myself and live in my integrity. Specifically, I love working with practitioners in the field serving their own communities. They are the people upon whom every humanitarian effort depends. They are also systemically undervalued. Over two decades I’ve worked with these incredible practitioners, meeting as people wit ...
 
We discuss a range of topics around water and solar water pumping worldwide. We interview LORENTZ Partners, organizations, government, entrepreneurs, and experts in the field of water, bringing to life solutions which benefit people, animals and crops worldwide. We share stories of how water works all around the world from tapped drinking water in Germany all the way to countries with no formalized water infrastructure. We’ll be looking at water for irrigation, water for livestock and water ...
 
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This interview is a bit different - and that is because it is not from an aid worker perspective on humanitarian leadership, but from the donor perspective! In this interview an individual working for a large, global donor shares, well, the good, the bad and the what you should never do when working with a donor. He has a lot of great advice for al…
 
In this episode, Noaman and Safa reflect on the emergence, spread, political economy and impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on development work. ---> Link to Noaman's podcast ( Introduction to Political Economy). Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rethinkingdevelopment)โดย Rethinking Development Podcast
 
Od 25 lat Polska należy do Organizacji Współpracy Gospodarczej i Rozwoju. To elitarny klub zrzeszający 37 krajów rozwiniętych. Jedną z form działalności OECD jest wspieranie programów rozwojowych w krajach biedniejszych. Polska dołączyła do państw, które chcą brać odpowiedzialność za sytuację globalną, choć nadał nakłady na ten cel są stosunkowo ni…
 
W strefach konfliktów czy na obszarach dotkniętych klęskami naturalnymi kobiety są szczególnie narażone na niebezpieczeństwo utraty zdrowia. Co więcej, uwarunkowania kulturowe niekiedy powodują, że niesienie im pomocy medycznej jest znacznie trudniejsze, niż leczenie czy profilaktyka mężczyzn. Projekty Polskiej pomocy realizowane przez organizacje …
 
We all have our strengths as leaders. You know, the areas in which you feel come naturally to you. Maybe you even enjoy working on them. It could be managing budgets, or helping local partners, or writing proposals. Whatever it is, when you spend more time in that area, you are more productive. And when you work in areas in which you're not as stro…
 
As humanitarians unfortunately we are likely to have experienced burnout at one time or another. And it was just this experience that inspired today's guest Dr. Gemma Houldey to do a thesis on the same - a look at the systemic issues in the aid world causing burnout. As part of a way organizations can address the burnout of national and internation…
 
We've all had them in humanitarian work. Given that we spend the majority of our time working or with colleagues, they can make life difficult. And we hope we will never be like them. That's right, I am talking about difficult supervisors. The kind that make you go "ugh". I know I have had my own moments where I behaved in a way my team probably di…
 
Zgodnie z definicją przyjętą przez Organizację Narodów Zjednoczonych, zrównoważony rozwój ma odpowiadać obecnym potrzebom ludzi nie ograniczając możliwości zaspokojenia potrzeb przez przyszłe pokolenia. Państwa zrzeszone w ONZ przyjęły 17 celów, których osiągnięcie ma ochronić świat przed katastrofą klimatyczną, ale także poprawić jakość życia ludz…
 
What's a very effective and often overlooked way to increase staff wellbeing? Allowing them space to talk about things that are important to them, and asking questions to help them move forward. In other words, having a coaching conversation. In this episode I discuss the many ways coaching can increase the wellbeing of your team, and some powerful…
 
Referring to Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang's article "Decolonization is Not a Metaphor", Safa and Noaman discuss the overuse and misuse of the term “decolonization” in the development sector and how Frantz Fanon and Amílcar Cabral can be role models for development workers. Links we mention: Intro to Political Economy Podcast with Noaman Ali Decoloniz…
 
It always amazes me to see how my students incorporate coaching in their work. Today's guest Inonge Wina-Chinyama is a Senior Advisor for MSI Zambia in the areas of youth and disabilities. The nature of her role as an advisor is the opposite of coaching, that is telling others what to do. And so it was very surprising to Inonge when by stepping awa…
 
The past few years have brought many changes - one of which is remote work. I know several supervisors who have not met their teams in person, and still don't know when that will happen! So since we are working remotely, how can we build trust and an organizational culture? My guest today Hawa Kombian is an Organizational Specialist who provides so…
 
We all sometimes have perfectionist tendencies. Most humanitarians want to do great work! However, when this desire to do great work makes us more stressed, prevents us from turning things in and keeps us paralyzed, perfectionism can ironically lead to imperfectionism. None of us need added stress in our lives, and we all want to get things in on t…
 
How open is the communication with your team? Do they say everything that's on their mind, or are there certain things which turn into gossip and you hear second or third hand? From my experience, it is very rare to have a team that tells you everything. There's always something left unsaid, that can potentially build and escalate into an issue tha…
 
In this episode, we travel to North Sudan & South Sudan and to a centre for abandoned children... My work here with staff delved into long-held, unexplored beliefs that were impacting their work until such time as we created safe space to explore them. While it's possible to live incongruently, in the space between our beliefs, values and actions, …
 
Wojna domowa w Syrii wywołała gigantyczną katastrofę humanitarną. Miliony ludzi straciło dosłownie wszystko. Zanim znowu zaczną odbudowywać swoje życie muszą mieć możliwość przetrwania. Gwarancję najbardziej podstawowej, fizycznej egzystencji. O pomaganiu uchodźcwom syryjskim opowiada Sylwia Hazboun z Caritas Polska. Zmiany klimatyczne nie tylko po…
 
Wellbeing is a big topic of the humanitarian world these days, and rightfully so. I mean, why is it an organization which specializes in helping people find it so difficult to help its own staff? My guest today, Melissa Pitotti, has some answers. And they may not all be what you think. Melissa works for the CHS Alliance. She recently helped conduct…
 
In this episode, I bring in narratives from Pakistan and Canada - within my family, even - to underline the complexities of helping from a number of perspectives. I take things down to the human level and connect the dots to wider humanitarian interventions and the skills needed to do this complex work well. Let us know if you're enjoying at www.ki…
 
If you're listening to this podcast, chances are you enjoy learning. And that alone is not a bad thing. But when learning becomes a distraction or way to procrastinate, or even overwhelming, it can become unhelpful. And that is good to be aware of - because then you can turn it into helpful learning! In this episode you'll learn: - What makes learn…
 
In this episode we head back in time to Sierra Leone to share some of the joys and complexities of working with local practitioners helping themselves and their communities travel the path from 12 years of civil conflict to peace and reconciliation. That path is at times as curved and sometimes seemingly impassable as the roads we travelled to reac…
 
We all have those days in humanitarian work. The ones where you're not motivated to do anything. When you feel like nothing is going your way. When you want to quit. These up's and down's are normal in humanitarian work. But sometimes you need that extra boost to get you out of that funk and back to your productive, motivated self. In this episode …
 
In this episode, we wrap up our 3 part series with Julius Kwami Tsatsu of Ghana. Julius shares his ingenuity in response to the lack of rain and his growing skill set; underlining yet another way he responds to local issues with local solutions. We discuss his new awareness about long-held beliefs and their impact on his work with communities as we…
 
I remember when I sent my first email. I waited in excitement as the dial tone sounded, and the email I just typed blinked from my outbox... such a magical moment! Since then, email has become more of a source of anxiety than excitement, as many can probably relate. And when people misuse email, it becomes even worse. Not only does the misuse of em…
 
In this episode, we explore the veneer of beliefs and the prevalence of resilience by looking back through the contexts we’ve discussed so far, from Ghana to Ethiopia, and bringing in a narrative from Rwanda to underline some of the key themes. This is the 5th episode, which I cheekily equate with the tricky 3rd album in music-industry-metaphor... …
 
One of the requests I frequently receive in leadership coaching is to help humanitarian leaders build their self-confidence. The hope is that by having greater self-confidence, they will be able to do more and grow more. This is great, but I have also found there's a lot of confusion around what self-confidence is and where it comes from. And knowi…
 
There's no denying that the future is looking bright for solar powered water pumping in Argentina. In this episode, we speak about the power of this technology with Carlos Ranftl from Tonka Solar, a LORENTZ distribution partner which specializes in photovoltaic energy and solar water pumping in Argentina. Carlos plays an integral role in the compan…
 
In this Episode, we are again in Ghana with Julius Kwami Tsatsu as our guest. This is Chapter 2 of our juicy dialogue, where we delve into beliefs, values and ethics and the contradictions therein. I share parts of my own journey to discovering and utilizing beliefs and values in my cross-cultural humanitarian work, and Julius shares examples of ho…
 
"I can't use coaching because I am not a supervisor." This is something I hear frequently from aid workers. But my guest today, Jenny House, will tell you it's not true. Although she wasn't quite sure how she would use coaching once she learned it, since taking my digital course Jenny has totally changed the way she worked with her colleagues. And …
 
Well hello hello and welcome to Episode 3 of the EoA podcast. Or as they say in Ghana, mema wo akwaaba, which means, I welcome you! My name is Kimber and I am your host. You guessed it, today we are in beautiful Ghana, West Africa, and I have the great pleasure of introducing you to Julius Kwami Tsatsu. In this chapter, we’ll be laying the groundwo…
 
Bartłomiej Zdaniuk, ambasador Polski w Mołdawii, podkreśla, że wyzwaniem i zadaniem jest łączenie programów rozwojowych z wymianą gospodarczą. Projekty, niezależnie od tego, czy są finansowane przez Polską pomoc czy przez ambasadę, budują wizerunek Polski w Mołdawii. Wiele niedużych przedsiębiorstw czy organizacji takie wsparcie uzyskało i kluczowy…
 
What type of questions do you ask yourself and others - high quality, helpful questions or low quality, helpless questions? Often we don't stop to think about how the questions we choose can impact ourselves as humanitarian leaders and our teams. For example, a high quality, helpful question can help you or someone on your team move forward and cre…
 
In this episode... Why sharing human process-work is important, the role of social location in humanitarian practice and how 28 pastoralists-turned-health-workers made a difference to mothers and their babies in Southern Ethiopia... I would love to hear from you! If you have a comment, or a question, or a story to share, or you'd like to be a guest…
 
"Society is putting the burden on people with disabilities to educate the world on being more accessible - and that is ableism." - Haben Girma, Disability Rights Advocate Call me ignorant, but I had never looked at it this way before: that what is making people "disabled" 80% of the time is the environment they are working and living in. In other w…
 
Well, it couldn't get more perfectly imperfect than this! In this inaugural episode I reveal myself as the newbie podcaster I am, and, share the first sliver of perspective on my experiences doing humanitarian aid work in the field. We start in Malawi, finish in Ghana and along the way I honour the beautiful messiness created by the labyrinth of hu…
 
If you want to find out where your limited thinking is limiting you, then just look at the places in your work or life that are not where you want them to be. Our thinking is very powerful, as it creates our emotions, our thinking and our behavior. And so if you have thinking or beliefs that limit you, then it will be difficult for you to advance a…
 
Miliony ludzi musiało uciekać z domów przed wojną domową w Syrii. Dołączyli do rzeszy uchodźców poszukujących schronienia w różnych częściach świata. Ludzie Ci często nie mają zupełnie niczego. Krzysztof Czapla, ambasador Polski w Syrii obecnie urzędujący w Libanie, opowiada o ich potrzebach. Wspomina obraz dziewczynki wdzięcznej za otrzymane leki,…
 
Ethos of Aid is the podcast where we explore the beautiful, messy, human and social nature of humanitarian work in the field. A space for dialogue and learning about how best to do this work together. Find me at www.kimbervradenburg.com or on the Ethos of Aid Facebook page, or @kimbervradenburg on Instagram.…
 
When ordering food at a restaurant, depending on where you are ordering something like "chips" or "biscuits" or even "cookies" or "crisps" can bring something different than what you expected. This is only one relatively harmless example of how working in different cultures can be confusing and at times, frustrating. Ordering the wrong food is unfo…
 
Krzysztof Buzalski, ambasador Polski w Tanzanii podkreśla niezwykła moc afrykańskiego ducha przedsiębiorczości. Robert Zduńczyk, prezes Fundacji Ekonomicznej Polska - Afryka Wschodnia, buduje na tej energii. Dzięki wsparciu na stokach Kilimandżaro rozwija się mleczarstwo czerpiące z lokalnych doświadczeń w połączeniu z wiedzą i sprzętem z Polski. T…
 
Let's face it, humanitarian and development work are reliably unpredictable. Insecurity, limited resources, and many other factors can make doing a simple task such as visiting a community challenging. One of the most dreaded tasks from my perspective as a leader was a funding cut. A sudden cut in funding not only impacts the communities where we w…
 
As a human, you've probably had a negative thought or two about your team members or direct reports. It is only natural, and yet, judging others negatively is NOT helpful as a leader. When you judge your direct report, you are assuming what you are saying about them is a fact, when it isn't. It is also not a useful place to be when you decide to ha…
 
I am excited to share with you two lessons from the first level of my digital coaching course, The Aid Worker's Guide to Successful Coaching 101. After experiencing these two lessons my students' most common reaction is: "Wow, I thought this whole time I was practicing coaching, but I wasn't!" What about you? These lessons will teach you the differ…
 
Strażacy w Kenii, Etiopii i Tanzanii, a więc krajach priorytetowych dla Polskiej pomocy, potrzebują wsparcia. Polacy modernizują, rozbudowują, a czasem wyznaczają standardy pracy strażaków. Jacek Bazański, ambasador Polski w Kenii, mówi o tym dlaczego Polska pomaga w Rogu Afryki i jakie znaczenie ma wspieranie projektów rozwojowych, a w szczególnoś…
 
As supervisors in international development it is easy to forget that we don't need to know all the answers. When our teams come to us with problems, our instinct or habit may be to tell them how to resolve their problem. Many of us may think that this is being a caring leader, but I would argue the opposite is true. In this episode, I will share w…
 
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