audio calendar close compressed excel Group 2 Created with Sketch. image menu pdf pin play search ticket icon Created with Sketch. Group Created with Sketch. video word

Development that Works

How do we ensure that our work for ‘good’ doesn’t end up doing harm?

Development that Works explores some of the current thinking about sound development practice, both a biblical perspective and from the point of view of TEAR’s partners and those with whom they work.

Tear Good Development Guide

Good Development: Group Guide

This four-part Small Group Guide designed to enable your group to reflect on the subjects of poverty and inequality and how as Christians we can respond through best practice development approaches that work.

Get the guide

Watch: "Development that Works" by Kuki Rockhum from TEAR's partner EFICOR in India.

This video is part of TEAR's Development that Works resources, which explore some of the current thinking about sound development practice, both a biblical perspective and from the point of view of TEAR’s partners and those with whom they work.

Watch the video

Read: "A Checklist to Guide Healthy Partnerships and Projects for Integral Mission"

Developed from TEAR Australia’s 40+ years of experience with international Christian development work, this checklist is intended to help Australian Christian groups make good decisions and avoid causing harm to local communities in their efforts to help alleviate poverty and suffering.

Read the checklist

Related Stories

When we think we have international development practice all worked out, along comes another twist. Development work is complex... and so it should be. It involves people and the kaleidoscope of realities they face each day.

These stories explore this complex dynamic: