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Resilience, as defined by USAID, is “the ability of people, households, communities, countries and systems to mitigate, adapt to, and recover from shocks and stresses in a manner that reduces chronic vulnerability and facilitates inclusive growth.” By definition then,... read more
USAID/Mozambique embarked on a journey to reflect and learn about progress during the first two and a half years of their country strategy. Following an intense planning and preparation period to collect and analyze data, the Mission conducted a two-week stocktaking... read more
As international development professionals, we tackle multi-sectoral projects in complex and dynamic environments across a myriad of development organizations. Regardless of the technical sector, country, or funding agency, we all face common implementation problems and... read more
Measuring and Incentivizing Knowledge: Key Takeaways from a Latin American Knowledge Management Conference
International development professionals focused on knowledge management (KM) and organizational learning often grapple with the same questions and issues. How do you measure the impact of KM and learning on development programs and justify the financial and human investment... read more