All posts tagged with "Learning"

Blog
Learning from evidence and experience has always been part of the discipline of international development. In recent years, though, USAID Staff and USAID implementing partners have been asked to intentionally develop learning questions as part of their project and activity... read more
Blog | Aug 3, 2019 | Jerome Gallagher
Library Resource
Each activity is required to have an Activity Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Plan to support management of the activity and to inform USAID and the implementing partner about whether and how an activity is making progress toward stated results. The How-To Note:... read more
Library Resource | Jun 13, 2019
Library Resource
This How-To Note supplements USAID's Automated Directives System (ADS) 201.3.4.10. It lists Agency requirements for programmatic site visits, identifies practical steps and effective practices for planning and conducting a site visit, and recommends follow-up actions once a... read more
Library Resource | Jun 6, 2019
Library Resource
What is this? This document outlines a systematic and intentional approach to managing the transfer of knowledge for the departure and arrival of staff. When should this be used? This tool is intended to be used at the end of a staff member’s tenure and for the incoming... read more
Library Resource | May 10, 2019 | Reference
Library Resource
What is this? This document outlines a systematic and intentional approach to managing the transfer of skills and knowledge in order to support sustainable organizational outcomes. Each section has a brief description of what should be contained in it. When should this be... read more
Library Resource | May 10, 2019 | Reference
Library Resource
This Technical Report focuses on evaluation syntheses as aid for learning and improving the utilization of evidence from evaluations. Decision-makers use such evidence to inform foreign assistance policies, strategies, projects, and activities, and for monitoring and... read more
Library Resource | Apr 4, 2019
Library Resource
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
Library Resource | Feb 5, 2019 | Case Study
Library Resource
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
Library Resource | Jan 29, 2019 | Technical Resources
Library Resource
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.
Library Resource | Nov 30, 2018 | Lessons Learned
Blog
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
Blog | Nov 16, 2018 | Learning Lab

Pages

Subscribe to Learning