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CLA Framework, Maturity Tool and Spectrum Handouts
01-07-2016 | By USAID LEARN
An Introduction to Collaborating, Learning and Adapting in the Program Cycle: A New Online Module on USAID Learning Lab
01-30-2019 | By USAID Learning Lab
What’s Your Pathway to CLA?
02-01-2019 | By Jen Page
Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting: When does it become too much?
10-09-2018 | By Monalisa Salib
Collaborating Learning & Adapting Component Resources Grid
By: Alysson Akiko Oakley
We are moving ever further into the realm of possibility afforded by advanced data analytics and experimental methodologies, such that answers to questions posed by wicked problems* are tantalizingly close. This is revolutionizing the development sector and helping us to realize our ethical obligation to use tools and strategies that are ...
Theory of Change Workbook: A Step-by-Step Process for Developing or Strengthening Theories of Change
By: Monalisa Salib
While over time theories of change have become synonymous with simple if/then statements, a strong theory of change should actually be a much more detailed, context-specific articulation of how we *theorize* change will happen under a program. Theories of change should articulate:Outcomes: What is the change we are trying to achieve?Entry...
By: Jini Kades
To improve how markets function, particularly for the poor and most vulnerable, we need to understand the underlying determinants that indicate whether a market system is becoming more inclusive, competitive and resilient.To respond to this need, ACDI/VOCA developed a Market Systems Diagnostic methodology for assessing the overall health ...
By: Mariam Taha
This resource shares how World Learning and the QITABI 2 project created a blended approach to provide partners with a roadmap to ultimate system strengthening using USAID's organizational capacity assessment (OCA) tool, human and institutional capacity development (HICD) framework, and a Feasibility Index. The OCA allowed for q...
Collaboration is integral to improving nutrition outcomes. USAID Advancing Nutrition developed guidance for USAID missions and implementing partners on how to monitor and assess collaboration as part of multi-sectoral nutrition projects. This guidance enables Missions and partners to document and evaluate their collaboration at both the a...
By: Alysson Akiko Oakley
A recurring frustration among international development implementors and evaluators is our over-reliance on reductionist indicators to measure outcome-level changes. Such indicators often do not capture the degree of change desired in a project or the complexity inherent in that outcome. Nevertheless, they are pervasive in monitoring and ...
By: USAID Bureau for Policy
This updated How-To Note supplements ADS 184.108.40.206. It presents guidelines and recommended practices in planning and implementing a Mission-wide strategy-level portfolio review. These guidelines and practices can also be adapted for Washington-based Operating Unit portfolio reviews as well as project- and activity-level reviews conducted...
What We Learned From Hosting an Inaugural Event During COVID-19: Lessons From MOMENTUM's Virtual Share Fair
By: Francesca Alvarez
Looking to promote meaningful knowledge exchange and collaboration among a diverse set of participants in a virtual environment? Read our reflections from MOMENTUM's first-ever Share Fair during COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we work. Project staff and stakeholders from across the globe can no...
By: Mehreen Farooq
Afflicted by nearly two decades of civil war, Burundi, one of the countries with the youngest populations in the world, continues to face challenges in establishing long-term peace and stability within its borders.In recent months, the security situation has deteriorated, with militants conducting violent ambushes in central Burundi and i...
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