Report: Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting: An Analysis of what CLA Looks Like in Development Programming

USAID Learning Lab, August 1, 2017 This report presents key findings related to Collaboration, Learning, and Adaptation (CLA) through an analysis of 2015 USAID CLA Case Competition submissions. The findings yield important learnings for integration of CLA within the program cycle and the Enabling Environment (Resources, Processes, and Culture) needed …

Webinar: What is Results-Based Protection?

To complement and contextualize the launch of the Results-Based Protection video, InterAction also hosted a webinar discussion with RBP Steering Group members and practitioners to unpack what RBP is, how it diverges from standard approaches, and what the practical application looks like in humanitarian practice. The following panelists of Steering …

Blog: Humanitarian Action: From Need to Insight

ERHLA, Mark Griffiths, 23 August 2017 This note from ERHLA provokes considerations for changing humanitarian practice to be better equipped for facing complex challenges and the changing landscape of humanitarian needs. The note highlights the need to absorb and apply learnings from other fields and disciplines, including social innovation, learning …