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USAID Guatemala created these videos to introduce Mission staff and partners to the CLA framework, main concepts and definitions. The series of videos were part of a workshop on CLA conducted in 2017.
A small "early adopter" team took full advantage of the CLA approach that was dropped in their lap by USAID Policy, Planning and Learning Bureau in 2013. Team colleagues eagerly pursued new ways to program assistance that ensures sustainable development and self-reliance;... read more
Power, Politics and Resilience: A comparative analysis of health reform in post-conflict El Salvador and Guatemala
This presentation offers a comparison between health reform outcomes in Guatemala and El Salvador, using a lens of comparative politics and power to identify drivers of the relative success of El Salvador's reform as compared to Guatemala. It offers an excellent example of... read more
USAID/Guatemala's Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) on Identifying Opportunities for Youth exemplifies many key aspects of collaborating, learning and adapting in practice. It also generated valuable lessons on cultivating trusted relationships between and among USAID and its... read more
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Blog: How USAID/Guatemala Is Using Collaboration and an Integrated Approach to Achieve Development Objectives
Guatemala has a well-deserved reputation for strategic integration of its poverty and malnutrition programs, integrating three Presidential Initiative multi-year strategies, USAID staff, and project-financed human and financial resources to work in Guatemala’s western ... read more