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Portfolio reviews and the Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) mid-course stocktaking are complementary approaches for a Mission’s ongoing learning and adapting within the Program Cycle. Both processes serve as key “pause and reflect” moments for the... read more
A collective look-back at the first 2 years of the Multi-Donor Learning Partnership for Development Impact
This blog was cross-posted from the Multi-Donor Learning Partnership (MDLP) website.
A little more than two years ago, a small group of knowledge management (KM) and... read more
The Global Learning for Adaptive Management (GLAM) is an initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Department for International Development (DFID). GLAM is envisioned as a globally networked learning alliance that aimed to... read more
The PIVOT -SRLA Learning Review Final Report captured promising practices, lessons learned, and evidence of change from the yearlong PIVOT: Practical, InnoVative, On-the-Job Training Cohort Program on how to advance PSE as a pathway toward self-reliance. The... read more
The PIVOT: Practical, InnoVative, On-the-Job Training theory of change posits that staff must exhibit skills in three areas of capacity — PSE, CLA, and leadership for change management — to successfully foster a PSE orientation within their Missions to address development... read more
This information packet offers an overview of PIVOT: Practical, InnoVative, On-the-Job Training. PIVOT is the Africa Bureau’s organizational change management program that advances private-sector engagement (PSE) through technical and leadership skills-... read more
This slide presentation offers a snapshot of PIVOT: Practical, InnoVative, On-the-Job Training, highlighting its purpose, unique model, and programming. PIVOT is the Africa Bureau’s organizational change management program that advances private-sector... read more
Amy Leo was previously the human behind USAID Learning Lab. Now, she’s a Senior Adaptive Management Specialist with Acute Incite’s International Development Practice. This blog post was originally published on the Incites blog on August 26, 2020.
In the USAID Learning Lab... read more
If you’d asked what we thought would be a “worst case scenario” for our work in monitoring, evaluation, research, learning & adapting (MERLA) before March of this year, we might have answered “data quality checks are not going well” or “it’s been tough to get a Learning... read more
COVID-19 has disrupted all aspects of life – and the design and implementation of democracy, human rights, and governance (DRG) programs is no exception. In the early phase of the pandemic, the International Republican Institute’s (IRI) Evidence and Learning Practice... read more