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The spread of false or misleading information through digital and social media platforms exacerbates societal conflicts, pollutes information flows and civic discourse during political processes, may adversely impact physical and mental well-being, and in some of the most tragic cases, has been a factor to spinning up violent activity around the world.
USAID Contribution
Techniques for achieving results and tracking progress in the fluid and rapidly changing operating environment of authoritarian-ruled Belarus.
Community Contribution
There is a growing body of evidence suggesting that people struggle to actually use data and evidence to inform their decisions. While there are a number of reasons for this, one of the main reasons is that teams and organizations often fail to internalize the data and evidence they have. If people don’t interpret or...
Community Contribution
Established in 2014, the U.S. Global Development Lab (“the Lab”) serves as an innovation hub within the U.S. Agency for International Development, helping the Agency harness advances in science, technology, innovation, and partnerships (STIP) that promise to accelerate development impact. The Lab’s two-part mission is...
Community Contribution
While there is no single way to structure any of the processes or documents associated with a PEA, these materials may be supportive of your efforts to consider, plan or conduct applied Political Economy Analysis.
Community Contribution
These core resources accompany "Thinking and Working Politically through Applied PEA: A Guide for Practitioners" providing tools needed to plan and support PEA/TWP efforts.
Community Contribution
The "Systems and Complexity White Paper" is a how-to manual for USAID missions, operating units and partners on the application of systemic design, monitoring & evaluation practices into international development programming.
Community Contribution
This document outlines a learning agenda for Local Solutions centered around a synthesis of evaluations that maps evidence (about activity design, implementation, and results) from existing USAID evaluations related to local partnerships, capacity, local ownership, and sustainability.
Community Contribution
The 2012-2013 learning agenda for Local Capacity Development emerged from an evaluation of USAID’s Development Grants Program (DGP), and became instrumental in establishing localworks (housed in USAID’s Local Sustainability Office in E3).
Community Contribution
This document outlines the Global Health / Health System Strengthening (HSS) learning agenda that focused on the Marshalling The Evidence initiative that cut across technical areas for HSS.
Community Contribution

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