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Development Challenge: South Sudan is suffering from economic collapse and a man-made famine which has displaced over one-third of the population. Promoting Resilience through Ongoing Participatory Engagement and Learning (PROPEL) was launched in September 2015 to place a... read more
Blog | Dec 11, 2017 | Learning Lab | 2017 Winners
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Development Challenge: Feed the Future’s Mawa Project was designed to bridge the gap between agriculture and nutrition in Zambia via interventions in farming; savings and loans; maternal, infant and young child feeding and care practices; and gender dynamics. It was clear... read more
Blog | Dec 4, 2017 | Learning Lab | 2017 Winners
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Organizational Challenge: The USAID/Guatemala Health and Education Office was considering a new project to address the challenge of out-of-school, unemployed youth in the Western Highlands. CLA Approach: CLA in Implementing Mechanisms: USAID/Guatemala used a Broad Agency... read more
Blog | Nov 27, 2017 | Learning Lab | 2017 Winners
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Organizational Challenge: In June 2016, USAID/Jordan decided that, while its systems were producing strong evaluations, there must be a way to further enhance the utility of the final recommendations for learning and subsequent adaptive management. The Program Office... read more
Blog | Nov 21, 2017 | Learning Lab | 2017 Winners
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Creating behavior change is often an incremental process. So how do you know when to try a new approach? This winning Collaborating, Learning and Adapting Case Competition submission from The Manoff Group describes why, despite positive momentum, the Amalina Program chose... read more
Blog | Nov 8, 2017 | Learning Lab | 2017 Winners
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We recently hosted a celebratory reception for the winners and finalists of the 2017 CLA Case Competition. CLA Champions representing 23 cases gathered to network and be congratulated by Elizabeth Roen, Deputy Director of USAID/PPL's Office of Learning, Evaluation and... read more
Blog | Nov 6, 2017 | Learning Lab | 2017 Winners
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The success of the Nigeria Education Crisis Response (ECR) activity has largely been determined by its ability to adapt to changing contextual factors and develop meaningful relationships with a broad network of key stakeholders. Read about how ECR used feedback loops and... read more
Blog | Nov 2, 2017 | Learning Lab | 2017 Winners
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Read this case summary to learn how DAI Global used a CLA approach to bring Cambodian civil society organizations (CSOs) and the technology community together to expand market opportunities for tech service providers and help CSOs use information and communication... read more
Blog | Oct 26, 2017 | Learning Lab | 2017 Winners
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Without good facilitation, organizational culture can be a thorny topic. In this collaborating, learning and adapting case study, USAID/Senegal describes how they used their Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) results as a springboard for productive discussion about... read more
Blog | Oct 19, 2017 | Learning Lab | 2017 Winners
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Behavior change is hard, especially when you're embedded in the kind of behavior you're trying to change. Read or listen to this case summary to learn how CARE used a CLA approach to transform gender relations in Mali. Development Challenge: A common challenge in gender... read more
Blog | Oct 12, 2017 | Learning Lab | 2017 Winners
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