Bilateral and multilateral donor agencies increasingly recognize that development models need rethinking in order to better adapt to complex and changing conditions. This one-day gathering will be the inaugural event in an annual series highlighting the cumulative effect of USAID’s work on moving the needle toward greater adoption of intentional learning practices for better development outcomes.
Today, we can point to some exciting examples of CLA in action, across technical areas and time zones. However, there is still work to be done. This year's event "Moving the Needle: Better Development Programming Through Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting" will bring together a selected group of USAID staff and partners to nurture a shared understanding of CLA and how we can use it to improve development programming.
Moving the Needle is not a traditional conference, but a learning experience that will foster a shared vision for a more interconnected way of thinking about development. The event session will go beyond panels and PowerPoints and focus on experiential knowledge exchange. Together, participants will celebrate the diversity of CLA approaches through participatory knowledge exchange, simulations, and exhibits. Please join us on November 17 to kick off this inaugural gathering!
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Please note this is a closed event. Only those who received an invitation will be able to register.