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The Paper Series on Capacity and Capacity Strengthening shares insights gleaned from a subset of the literature examined by the Self-Reliance Learning Agenda (SRLA) landscape analysis, with the aim of prompting further discussion. It notes that capacity and capacity strengthening are complex and contested terms, with...
USAID Contribution
Lecture Pour Tous (LPT) is a technical assistance program funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/Senegal and implemented by Chemonics International.
Community Contribution
This case study describes how the Governance, Accountability, Participation and Performance (GAPP) Program, with funding from USAID and DFID, used a CLA approach to increase effective private sector participation in local governance in Uganda.
Community Contribution
To be able to grasp women’s status and gender issues in the country, USAID/Lebanon needed to have gender-specific data in hand.
Community Contribution
This case study tells the story of how USAID’s Business Ecosystem Project (BEP), a 4-year project designed to strengthen North Macedonia’s economy, has adapted its original scope to address an issue that arose as critically important during implementation: the vocational labor shortage in North Macedonia.
Community Contribution
In 2017, Gap Inc. and USAID launched the Women + Water Global Development Alliance to improve and sustain the health and well-being of women and communities touched by the apparel industry.
Community Contribution
This resource describes how to integrate the Journey to Self-Reliance into the CDCS Mid-Course Stocktaking process.
Community Contribution
This resource describes how to integrate the Journey to Self-Reliance into the strategy-level portfolio review.
Community Contribution
This resource provides guidance and a template for developing a Performance Management Plan (PMP) task schedule.
USAID Contribution
We often default to the assumption that our programs will lead to greater positive change over time. The rate of change may be incremental, exponential, or something else, but it’s always positive. The reality of what change looks like, however, depends on the status of the system in which we’re intervening. Is the...
Community Contribution
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