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Lessons Learned from K4D Learning Journeys: A Practical Approach for Supporting Learning in Development Organisations

21st November 2022
Author: Evert-jan Quak, Jim Woodhill, Jo Howard

The Knowledge, Evidence and Learning for Development (K4D) Programme, which started in 2016, came to an end in September 2022.

This K4D working paper reflects on the learning processes and approaches facilitated by this programme, through ‘learning journeys’ conducted in collaboration with staff of the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) in the United Kingdom.

A total of 45 learning journeys took place, of which 33 have been assessed for this working paper. Through this assessment, we test our proposed Theory of Change for organisational learning (OL) in the context of international development agencies.

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Howard, J.; Quak, E. and Woodhill, J. (2022) Lessons Learned From K4D Learning Journeys: A Practical Approach for Supporting Learning in Development Organisations, K4D, Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies, DOI: 10.19088/K4D.2022.166

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21st November 2022

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Continent: Global