What works for successful learning processes?

6th September 2021
Author: Paul Knipe

The UK Aid sector has faced unprecedented challenges over the last 18 months due to the global Covid-19 pandemic, reduction in funding, and shake up of the politics and policy driving development.

Constant throughout all the debates and changes has been the importance of quality evidence and learning to enhance development impact. But how can this take place in an organisation such as the UK Government Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)? Put simply, what works?

This is the fifth blog in a series that examines how an organisation like the FCDO can successfully use evidence and learning to increase development impact, drawing on the experience of the IDS-led Knowledge, Evidence and Learning for Development programme (K4D).

Read the full blog on the Institute of Development Studies’ website.

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6th September 2021


Continent: Global