Canada's International Aid Agencies Need Innovation to Drive Impact

International NGOs across the country need to prioritize innovation to remain sustainable and impactful

Why It Matters

Technological, mission, and demographic shifts are changing the way international organizations work. For Canada to be at the forefront of addressing global challenges, experimentation must become an embedded capacity in aid and development organizations.

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