OE is thinking about ways in which we might support building a strong NGO sector in countries or regions in which the Packard Foundation works (such as South Asia, the Western Pacific, or Sub-Saharan Africa). This could mean mentorship and peer learning programs among NGOs across countries; weaving strong NGO networks for resource sharing and joint action; investment in NGO infrastructure such as management support organizations; leadership programs; financial and legal capacity training; nonprofit management courses in universities; technology training and capacity building; or other ways to build non-profit capacity, particularly in the fields of conservation and population/reproductive health. Funders: what have you tried in this space? Non-profits: what kind of capacity-building support do you think is most needed in the country or region where you work? Everyone: What has worked well and what hasn’t?