Collaborating with stakeholders and partners helps us learn from our projects’ data, and by adapting our approach using these lessons learned, we can reduce inefficiencies and improve our development impact. We implement management best practices to create an environment of knowledge sharing to maximize results. By using CLA approaches in our projects, we seek to go beyond monitoring and evaluating, so we can learn from activities and implement most effectively.
Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA).
Creating Opportunities for Youth in Agriculture
Uganda, which has the second-youngest population in the world, is creating economic opportunities for youth in the agriculture sector.
Advocating for a Vocal Civil Society in Nigeria
Nigerian citizens need more tools and resources to learn how to productively contribute to reform at the local, state, and national levels.
Can We Actually Think and Work Politically?
Development is not working — at least not at the scale or pace needed to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. This is the central, fact-based premise behind calls and movements to do development differently from host-country recipients of aid, international organizations, donors, and implementing partners. Such calls emphasize adaptive, locally-owned, problem-solving approaches to tackle chronic development challenges.…
Theory of Change: It’s Easier Than You Think
Imagine you are chronically late to work. If your goal is to get to work on time, you may have identified multiple reasons for being late. If you only consider one of these reasons and don’t identify root causes, which are simply other reasons for your lateness, you will continue to be late. One reason…