All posts tagged with "Learning"
This resource provides an overview of complementary techniques used to scan and understand the environment in the BRAMA Belarus program. BRAMA employs a comprehensive “environmental scanning” methodology that is comprised of a set of analytical tools to glean real-time data... read more
Political Economy Analysis (PEA) is an analytical approach to help understand the underlying reasons why things work the way they do and identify the incentives and constraints impacting the decisions of the public, policy makers and stakeholders in a relevant system. By... read more
How can Developmental Evaluations support Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) in our work? This short briefer illustrates the ways and means Developmental Evaluations can support CLA.
This blog was cross-posted from Urban Wire, The Voices of Urban Institute's Researchers and Staff. Federal agencies are incorporating evidence in their daily operations and agency decisions. Provisions in the White House’s recent government reform plan and the president’s... read more
There is a growing body of evidence suggesting that people struggle to actually use data and evidence to inform their decisions. While there are a number of reasons for this, one of the main reasons is that teams and organizations often fail to internalize the data and... read more
Ask & Answer
We're looking to improve communication and learning across the Mission by using podcasts and videos. How have other missions used these tools? And what resources have you found helpful in creating podcasts / videos for mission learning?
Read a blog post about this resource.This brief paper identifies some key learning challenges faced by large Missions and donors, and discusses how these challenges may be addressed by using large-scale general population surveys. The paper provides a summary of the... read more
There is a growing recognition that political economy analysis (PEA) is an essential aspect of external donor assistance to complex health reform processes. USAID’s Vision for Health Systems Strengthening (2015–2019), for example, recognizes that “broad political economy... read more
This blog post was contributed by Josephine (Josie) Francisco of USAID Philippines and Meagan Meekins and Rajeev Colaço of RTI International. RTI’s Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, Learning, and Adapting (MERLA) Community of Practice hosted an event titled “From learning... read more
Established in 2014, the U.S. Global Development Lab (“the Lab”) serves as an innovation hub within the U.S. Agency for International Development, helping the Agency harness advances in science, technology, innovation, and partnerships (STIP) that promise to accelerate... read more
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