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This visual summarizes key findings from the most recent CLA Case Competition Analysis. How has it been going with your New Year’s resolutions? Research shows that about half of all adults, globally, make New Year’s resolutions.... read more
Feb 4, 2019
| Katherine Haugh
Pathways
At the beginning of a new year, we are encouraged to make a fresh start. This year, I’m not picking up something new, but rather taking a different outlook to my ongoing work. To get that fresh perspective, I thought I’d try some... read more
Feb 1, 2019
| Jen Page
USAID/Jordan MESP Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting Workshop
The USAID Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA) Framework and Maturity Tool provides an engaging participatory approach to assist missions in being more intentional about implementing CLA practices. While the CLA Framework... read more
Jan 2, 2019
| Learning Lab
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This is the final of four posts reflecting on the linkages between gender awareness and politically sensitive approaches to programming known as Thinking and Working Politically (TWP). The first blog in this series addressed my... read more
Dec 10, 2018
| Sarah Swift
This blog is cross-posted from the American Foreign Service Association blog. In addition to submitting a winning case in the 2018 Collaborating, Learning and Adapting Case Competition Dorine Genga is the program management... read more
Dec 6, 2018
| Learning Lab
3 Tips for overcoming common collaboration conundrums
As 2018 comes to a close, take a moment (yes, right now) to reflect on how your team has collaborated with internal and external stakeholders this year. You may have brought in external voices, or coordinated with other teams. There... read more
Dec 5, 2018
| Amy Leo
Women, marching for suffrage, use the words of Woodrow Wilson to further their cause. https://www.history.com/topics/us-presidents/woodrow-wilson/pictures/woodrow-wilson/women-suffrage-parade-supporting-wilson
This is the third of four posts reflecting on the linkages between gender awareness and politically sensitive approaches to programming known as Thinking and Working Politically (TWP). I will be posting one additional blog next... read more
Dec 4, 2018
| Sarah Swift
This blog post was written by Ali Hayat (Chief of Party, MESP) and Margaret Lada (Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, MESP). Private sector engagement is an essential part of addressing development challenges. Key outcomes related... read more
Nov 28, 2018
| Learning Lab
This is the second of four posts reflecting on the linkages between gender awareness and politically sensitive approaches to programming known as Thinking and Working Politically (TWP). Over the next 2 weeks, I will be posting two... read more
Nov 27, 2018
| Sarah Swift
This blog was cross-posted from Urban Wire, The Voices of Urban Institute's Researchers and Staff. Federal agencies are incorporating evidence in their daily operations and agency decisions. Provisions in the White House’s recent... read more
Nov 16, 2018
| Learning Lab

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