Synergos at Twenty: A Reflection on Partnering to End Poverty
By The Synergos Institute | June 2007 | View Full Text
This is a report on the Synergos Twentieth Anniversary Reflection, held in April 2007 at the Rockefeller Brothers Fund Pocantico Conference Center. The event brought together a diverse group of partners, Senior Fellows, Global Philanthropists Circle members, board members and donors to examine two decades of work together and explore a path for the future.
The report traces the evolution of Synergos' work over the past twenty years and highlights key lessons learned along the way. It also outlines some of the questions raised and challenges posed by conference participants concerning the proposed future path of Synergos.
Also available are four background papers prepared for the event.
Support for the Synergos Twentieth Anniversary Reflection was provided by the International Center for Tolerance Education, International Development Research Centre, Rockefeller Brothers Fund and The Rockefeller Foundation.
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