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Is a genuinely sustainable, locally-led, politically-smart approach to economic governance and Business Environment Reform possible? Lessons from 10 years implementing ENABLE in Nigeria
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This page links to a number of webinars that describe aspects of context-driven adaptation, and videos of practitioners speaking about how they have approached adaptation in their daily work.VideosThinking and Working Politically (TWP) through Applied Political Economy Analysis (PEA) WebinarsOperationalizing...
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 USAID’s work takes place in environments that are often unstable and in transition. Even in more stable contexts, circumstances evolve and may affect programming in unpredictable ways. For its programs to be effective, USAID and its partners must be able to adapt in response to changes and new information. The...
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Context Driven Adaptation requires embracing learning about factors beyond the results of our own interventions, within timeframes that may not be easily mapped out in advance. One way of learning is through periodic formal evaluation or formal analysis, such as a PEA.  But with contextual learning intended to...
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  Some of the PEA's at USAID Missions have included:Colombia in post conflict and local governanceUkraine in tuberculosis treatmentIndonesia in maternal and child healthSerbia in rule of lawSri Lanka in governanceKenya in devolution of funding to countiesDRC in biodiversity and artisanal miningMadagascar in...
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 The resources in this section will assist you to build consideration of power dynamics, and context-driven and adaptive ways of working, into solicitations, awards, and ongoing implementation and management. Resources include tips to build TWP into solicitations and into award structure, examples of solicitations...
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This paper is for donors looking for ways to ensure that our interventions produce lasting results that are owned and directed by the people they are meant to benefit. It offers practical advice and examples based on the experiences of a variety of different donors, as well as some thoughts on how we donors can do more...
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PEA of drivers of competitiveness in Serbian value chains
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Between September-November 2017, J.E. Austin Associates, Inc. (JAA) deployed a three-person team to undertake a political economy analysis (PEA) of the coffee, soybean, and dried bean value chains in South Kivu, with a focus on the Territoires of Kabare, Kalehe, and Walungu. This report summarizes the key findings,...
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