All posts tagged with "Development Policy"
On this page: What is it? | How do I get started? | Important Tips What is it? CDCS mid-course stocktaking provides a structured opportunity for the Mission to reflect on how contextual changes and results to date confirm or challenge core assumptions of the... read more
This blog reviews Results-Based Management (RBM) frameworks, guides, handbooks, tools, and websites, and assesses their utility for international development practitioners: donor agency officials, project managers, field workers, development partner government agencies and... read more
A learning agenda includes a (1) set of questions addressing the critical knowledge gaps impeding informed design and implementation decisions and (2) plans for learning activities to help answer those questions. A basic process for a learning agenda includes three key... read more
Join influencers for an interactive day highlighting learning from LEO’s extensive market systems research and practice agenda with USAID – and be part of the discussion on what this means for Feed the Future and the next frontier of market systems approaches in practice. ... read more
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Is the CLA Maturity Matrix finalized? Or is it considered still under development? Are most Feed the Future missions familiar with it?
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This question came from Moving the Needle, a CLA conference organized by the USAID LEARN team in November 2015. Participants had the opportunity to provide written reflections and questions throughout the day. LEARN and USAID's Bureau of Policy, Planning and Learning Office... read more
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How do we (can we) report on indicators for which we are merely providing Technical Assistance (TA) - e.g. if we are not directly supporting service delivery, rather TA that supports those providing service delivery, are we able to attribute/report on 100% or some other... read more
This webinar recording is available to USAID staff only. Click on the link to view the recording from ProgramNet.
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Development actors increasingly agree that managing programs adaptively – especially complex interventions – can improve their effectiveness. A growing body of evidence supports this claim. But what does adaptive management look like in practice? What does it require of... read more
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