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Blog: Using Theatre to Share Evaluation Findings with a Wider Community

February 28, 2018

In exploring methods for meaningful engagement with communities and effective two-way communication, there’s growing interest in using arts-based methods in evaluation. Theatre is one such approach that encourages people to creatively participate and connect with findings kinetically as part of a dialogue between performers and audience. In a recent blog …

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Blog: Why Learning from Failure is Key to Anticipating Humanitarian Crises

January 26, 2018

In humanitarian contexts, decision-makers must often rely on various sources of data that may be incomplete or at odds, which affects the calculation of risk, and accordingly, resource prioritization and programmatic decisions. In efforts to cultivate an environment for iterative learning and move us away from “success” and “failure” thinking, …

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Blog: Leading with Trust: A Development Pathway

January 26, 2018

Strategic and intentional collaboration among actors across and outside of the humanitarian sphere, based on an understanding of actors’ capacities and leverage points, is vital to achieving collective protection outcomes. Collaboration between stakeholders requires a level of trust between actors and individuals, which can be challenging to forge in the …

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Blog: CLA in Action for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Tanzania

January 26, 2018

This blog piece features USAID- partner Pact’s collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) initiative for designing a multi-stakeholder learning agenda in their orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) portfolio in Tanzania. Since the project began in July 2016, the Pact team has been keen to develop and implement a learning agenda to …

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