Tools and Approaches to Learning for Better Development Programming
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New Release! Collective Action Collection
Two new guides and a set of case studies on collective action are now available. Collective action - an intentional and agreed-upon process that engages interested parties to take joint actions in support of shared objectives - is critical to helping USAID advance its localization efforts and to promote inclusive development.
Adaptively Managing Summer Transitions
The ability to adapt requires an environment that promotes intentional learning and allows for flexibility in responding to changing contexts and circumstances, either within organizations or programming. Check out the Adaptive Management section of the CLA Toolkit for helpful insights and tools.
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Learning Lab provides a space for the international development community to access and share resources. Contribute a blog that tells your story; share evidence on what works, or doesn't, in the areas of CLA, monitoring or evaluation; or upload resources that help others apply new learning.
Writing and Submission Tips
Have a resource, blog, or event that you would like to share with the Learning Lab community? This page provides an overview of what we're looking for when it comes to content contributions, and some tips for creating and posting resources and writing blogs. We can't wait to hear from you!
USAID Learning Lab hosts three toolkits to provide USAID staff and implementing partners with a curated set of resources to plan, implement and integrate collaborating, learning and adapting (CLA), monitoring, and evaluation practices into organizational processes and development programming.
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