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In 2001, the Pan Caribbean Partnership Against HIV and AIDS (PANCAP) was created to provide a unified response to combating the epidemic. While the HIV prevalence declined from 2% in 2001 to 1.3% in 2016, the Caribbean is still the second-most affected region in the world, and a significant gap remains in meeting key...
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The USAID Business Reform and Competitiveness Project’s (BRCP) Access to Finance component achieved breakthrough results (equity and credit deals leveraged) in Tunisia, utilizing an innovative CLA (collaborating, learning and adapting) approach. The project has leveraged $33,377,876 in equity and credit capital for 16...
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| By Jim Defay
To support the Office of Afghanistan and Pakistan Affairs (OAPA) with the critical responsibility of preparing congressional responses efficiently and effectively, the IBM Business Analysis Team adapted an Agency resource to serve as a knowledge management solution. Employing key collaborating, learning, and adapting (...
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In early 2016, USAID/Jordan Program Office (PRO) partnered with its Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project (MESP) to develop and deploy the Jordan Development Knowledge Management Portal, known as KaMP, a web-based repository of the most relevant resources specific to the development experience in Jordan. KaMP serves...
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Bill Clinton once said, "The price of doing the same old thing is far higher than the price of change."When Global Health Supply Chain Program Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) Zambia began operations, the technical organizational structure was overhauled to be more inter-connected, agile and adaptable....
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The Center for Transformational Partnerships (CTP) is charged with leading and coordinating private sector engagement (PSE) across USAID and in support of the Agency’s Missions, Bureaus and independent offices (MBIOs). To further our work and support our colleagues, CTP developed a biannual internal learning event, the...
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In 2014, USAID and Sida launched the Civil Society Innovation Initiative (CSiI), to support new and established approaches to promote, strengthen, and connect a vibrant, pluralistic, and rights-based civil society. To date, CSiI has convened donors, implementers, and over 250 civil society actors to co-create one global...
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When the U.S. Global Development Lab commissioned a study to better understand how field colleagues understood and took steps to integrate science, technology, innovation, and/or partnerships (STIP) into their work, we used a CLA approach to make the research and dissemination process into a learning exercise. We did...
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With the upcoming election in November 2017, USAID/Liberia and the Embassy of Sweden, in cooperation with the University of Liberia, thought leaders and multilateral and bilateral donors, decided to organize the first Liberia Development Conference (LDC) to disseminate information about key development challenges and...
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This case study profiles USAID/Afghanistan’s efforts to strengthen its approach to collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) by identifying and improving the conditions that can support integration of CLA into the Mission’s program cycle.  
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| By John Burg