To get the new year started off right, we’ve pulled our favorite Terms of Reference podcasts from 2016. As we enter 2017, here are ISG’s top-3 listens focused on innovative ways international development professionals around the world are improving the performance of humanitarian aid and development programming.

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  1. Alexis Bonnell (TOR 124) of the U.S. Global Development Lab discusses how to catalyze change in the development process.
  2. Dustin Homer (TOR 106) of Development Gateway explains how the aid and development industry can effectively use data to improve programs.
  3. Alice Obrecht (TOR 102) of ALNAP talks about what we know about innovation and how we can help ensure learning on the topic is disseminated throughout our industry.

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Check out the more than 130 podcasts at Aidpreneur.com. With topics including innovations pertaining to agriculture, education, finance, local governance, sustainability, technology, and women’s empowerment, you’re sure to find conversations that will get you excited about innovating to help others in the year ahead.

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