PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS

Below you can find our publications sorted after the type of publication. In order to view a publication, please click on the title link. The publication will open up in a new window.

Programme strategy papers

 

Environment Programme/

Small-Scale Fisheries

Small-Scale Fisheries Strategy: 2017-2022

 

 

 

 

Policy papers

 

Safeguarding Children Policy

Year of publication: 2014

 

Oak Foundation envisages a world in which all children and adults are protected from all forms of abuse and exploitation. Violence, abuse and exploitation of children are global phenomena and Oak sees such acts as crimes against children that have devastating consequences on their development and on societies as a whole

 

Safeguarding Children Policy Procedures and Guidance.

Year of publication: 2014

Our Grantee Heroes

 

October 2017- Association Bayti

 

November 2017 - Gregory Ch’oc

 

December 2017 - Janet Hunter

 

Programme Evaluation
& Strategy Papers

 

Child Abuse Programme

Engaging Men and Boys in Ending the Sexual Abuse of Children and Violence to Children

Year of publication: 2017

 

Elimination of Sexual Exploitation Strategy (Focus Area 1)

Year of publication: 2015

 

Engaging Men and Boys Strategy

Year of publication: 2015

 

Violence Prevention and Child Protection Strategy
(Focus Area 3)

Year of publication: 2015

 

Children on the Move Strategy
(Focus Area 3)

Year of publication: 2015

 

Deinstitutionalisation and Alternative Care Strategy
(Focus Area 3)

Year of publication: 2015

 

Strategic Framework 2012 - 2016

Year of publication: 2014

 

Guiding Principles
- Short Version

Year of publication: 2012

 

Guiding Principles
- Extended Version

Year of publication: 2012

 

Bulgaria: An overview of Oak Foundation's current Strategy and Grant-Making

Year of publication: 2012

 

Environment Programme

Highlights of an Oak evaluation on sustainable cities grant-making

Year of publication: 2017

 

Highlights of an Oak evaluation conducted on grant-making marine protected areas

Year of publication: 2017

 

Highlights of an Oak evaluation conducted on grant-making in India

Year of publication: 2017

 

Programme Evaluation Summary

Year of publication: 2015

 

Strengthening Governance of Small-Scale Fisheries

An Initial Assessment of the Theory and Practice

Year of publication: 2017

 

Issues Affecting Women

Strategic Learning and Evaluation System

Year of publication: 2012

 

Learning Differences Programme

Learning Differences Programme Strategic Framework 2015 - 2017

Year of publication: 2015

 

Oak Foundation publications

 

Global Oak Retreat Final Report

Year of publication: 2016

 

This report provides some of the many highlights of the Global Oak Retreat held in Thun, Switzerland, from 19-23 June 2016, which was attended by Trustees, staff and guests.

Call for Proposal

 

Terms of Reference - Mapping of institutions and civil society organisations in Sundarbans

Year of publication: 2017

 

The Indian government provides safety nets for the most vulnerable but many people find it hard to access them because of social and geographical barriers. Oak Foundation recognises that it will take time to make these provisions easily accessible for everyone and hopes to assist in this process.

Consultant Publications

 

Forces for nature - Dr. Kristian Parker

Year of publication: 2017

Dr. Kristian Parker gives his views on philanthropy and how it has changed over the past few years.

Several programmes at Oak have been working increasingly with intermediaries. We wanted to take stock of what we have learned and try to understand better the advantages and disadvantages of working in this way.  Johannes Meier, the previous chief executive officer of the European Climate Foundation has written a report analysing how we can best work together collaboratively.

The paper was developed to give Oak Foundation a sense of how other foundations are tackling monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) questions, and to show a range of options for Oak to consider as it develops its own MEL Plan.

Oak Foundation hence commissioned Dalberg Global Development Advisors (Dalberg) and the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), integrating findings from communications research by WITTER ventures, to understand in more detail corporate-funded women’s economic empowerment programs.

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