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05-16-2019 | By Monalisa Salib
Stopping to Think: Why it Pays to Pause and Reflect (Inside Out Episode 5)
05-30-2018 | By Amy Leo
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By: Dun Grover
This brief explores metrics and data from the perspective of the decision-making of public and private stakeholders in Honduras and their journey to self-reliance contributing evidence and learning from the USAID/Honduras Transforming Market Systems (TMS) Activity to JSR Learning Question # 3: How are countries, Missions, donors, imp...
This guide was originally developed for Winrock International's projects as they adapted their monitoring, evaluation, and learning practices in response to the biggest constraint caused by COVID-19: the lack of direct access to the participants. It contains tips on how to conduct routine data collection, surveys, and evaluations in this ...
Adapting to New COVID-19 Realities: Emerging Lessons Learned from Thinking and Working Politically in Niger
By: Mehreen Farooq
Trust in public institutions is one of the most essential factors for effective public health crisis management and response. Activities designed to strengthen governance, particularly those that build confidence and foster deeper connections between the public sector and its constituents, are central to this effort. As public opinion shi...
By: Learning Lab
USAID's Center of Excellence on Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance / Counter-Trafficking in Persons (C-TIP) hosted the World Day against Trafficking in Persons event on Thursday, July 30 to bring awareness to the global criminal enterprise of human trafficking for sexual exploitation, domestic servitude, and forced labor. The session...
Reflecting to Adapt: A framework for understanding and responding to COVID-19’s disruptions in the DRG sector
By: Natalie Trisilla
COVID-19 has disrupted all aspects of life – and the design and implementation of democracy, human rights, and governance (DRG) programs is no exception. In the early phase of the pandemic, the International Republican Institute’s (IRI) Evidence and Learning Practice recognized that a collaborative process would be critical to r...
What was MECap?The Expanding Monitoring and Evaluation Capacities (MECap) task order was launched in Fiscal Year 2015 by the Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning (PPL) to provide technical assistance (TA) in Program Cycle implementation, including planning, designing, conducting, and using evidence from monitoring and evaluation data....
By: Andrew Wells-Dang and Emily Janoch
Like many international humanitarian organizations and donors, CARE International is increasingly employing a politically smart approach to adaptive management throughout our global programs. “Politically smart” means that CARE and our partners engage with changing power dynamics – especially concerning gender and other forms of exc...
By: Andie Procopio
ABOUTGraduating to Resilience (the Activity) is a USAID Office of Food for Peace (FFP) funded Activity led by AVSI Foundation in partnership with IMPAQ International and Trickle Up, which seeks to test the Graduation Approach’s ability to graduate ultra-poor refugee and host community households (HHs) in Western Uganda from conditions o...
By: Sarah Schmidt
In September 2014, USAID’s Office of Learning, Evaluation & Research within the Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning awarded the Knowledge Management and Learning (LEARN) contract to Dexis and subcontractor RTI. LEARN’s primary purpose was to support organizational change at USAID. More specifically, the contract was designed ...
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