All posts tagged with "Niger"

Trust in public institutions is one of the most essential factors for effective public health crisis management and response. Activities designed to strengthen governance, particularly those that build confidence and foster deeper connections between the public sector and... read more
Blog | Aug 10, 2020 |  | CLA in Action
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The SAREL project is a resourced, external CLA mechanism with the mandate to facilitate and stimulate enhanced collaboration and learning exchanges among 28 different RISE partners in this large initiative to build resilience in the Sahel, focusing on Niger and Burkina Faso... read more
Library Resource | Sep 12, 2018 | Case Study
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Recent DRG Impact Evaluation reports examine:(1) USAID's Ghana Strengthening Accountability Mechanisms (GSAM) project: An impact evaluation of USAID's GSAM project, which aims to increase accountability of local District Assemblies in Ghana, tested the effect of two... read more
Library Resource | Mar 2, 2018 | Technical Resources
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The Guide is a management tool to help CLA practitioners understand their strengths and areas to improve in the practices of CLA. This is a self-assessment that an individual can use with their supervisor to plan for progress and learning in their work. For the purposes of... read more
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Participation Quality AssessmentThe Participation Quality Assessment is based on Shery Arnstein's Ladder of Citizen Participation and SARAR methodology.  Counterpart's Niger staff contextualized and condensed the Ladder of Citizen into four steps and then an... read more
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2016 CLA Case Competition submission.
Library Resource | Feb 21, 2017 | Case Study
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The Sahel Resilience Learning (SAREL) is a five-year project whose purpose is to provide monitoring, evaluation, collaboration and learning support to USAID's Resilience in the Sahel-Enhanced (RISE) initiative. RISE includes 28 USAID projects that are being implemented in... read more
Library Resource | Aug 31, 2015 | Case Study
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