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...
Stacey Young, from USAID's Office of Learning, Evaluation and Research, provides detailed information about collaborating, learning and adapting within the Program Cycle.
The Art and Science of Effective Convening
The objective of this Blended Learning Guide* is to help you address the questions outlined in the box below by explaining how Global Health eLearning (GHeL) courses can be combined with other learning activities to increase application of new knowledge in the workplace.
The purpose of the K4Health Blended Learning Guide Follow-Up Questions is to assist trainers who provide step-down (also referred to as cascading) training workshops.
Written for non-profits, implementing partners can use this to support their monitoring, while USAID can use it for learning about their programs through monitoring CDCS/ CLA.
This guide both describes the roles that market facilitators must play, and details the progression of competence in the roles of a market facilitator.
Presented at the 2010 KM World Conference, this presentation provides clear guidelines for how to make Communities of Practice vibrant.
The Organizational Capacity Assessment Tool (OCAT) will allow program officers, working in close collaboration with each to identify current organizational strengths and weaknesses and establish a plan for improvement that includes mechanisms to measure change.
This toolkit from ODI presents 30 useful tools and techniques that have been used to facilitate improved knowledge and learning in the development and humanitarian sectors.