Together, the GIP and MELI decided that the CLA approach was the best means for GIP to build strategic self-reliance through strategic collaboration with these two key institutional partners and to foster collaboration between these key institutions for developing government transparency and accountability in El Salvador.
CaTSS therefore implemented MSH’s Standards of Technical Excellence for Project Implementation (STE), which establishes and reinforces best practices in project management on the basis of a dynamic process of continuous learning and improvement.
The case presented here demonstrates how allocation of time and resources at the outset of the activity to better understand the context, and continued reflection and evaluation with multiple stakeholders throughout the activity cycle, underscores and informs effective collaboration and intervention designs to strengthen a self-managed system of essential service delivery.
Sabal utilized the CLA approaches of "M&E for Learning," "Pause and Reflect," and "Adaptive Management" to identify sustainability strategies, assess the level of self-reliance among community groups, tailor interventions based on the data, and gain consensus and buy-in among internal staff, consortium partners, and the local government.
From October 2018-March 2019, Breakthrough ACTION, in collaboration with the Jamaica MOH, facilitated the first two phases of the FlowChart, Define and Design & Test, to address the issue of mosquito breeding in water drums in urban and peri-urban areas of Jamaica.
USFS, as demonstrated through this project, enables adaptive management at an organizational level as well, through our long-term relationships, institutional memory, and commitment to using natural resources as an entry point to achieve development priorities.
USAID BIZ+ is a grant-based investment program that helps small and medium sized enterprises build their capacity and thrive as businesses.
The Upscaling Technologies in Agriculture through Knowledge and Extension (UPTAKE Project) was established under USAID’s New Alliance ICT Extension Challenge Fund to expand Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) enabled extension services in Tanzania, to complement traditional extension services.
Developing effective advocacy networks in a country like Lebanon with strong sectarian and confessional divides is difficult, but when challenged with an approach to network building that relied too heavily upon initial assumptions and methodologies that were later determined to be flawed.
This form details how USAID/AFR and IBTCI managed the EPII MEL Activity actively using CLA techniques to: (a) implement a two-phase evaluation where the first informed the second; (b) increase its focus on knowledge management & learning (KML) activities; (c) and capture its impact on self-reliance.