Using collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA), we help stakeholders go beyond traditional monitoring and evaluation. Collaborating with stakeholders and partners helps us learn from our projects’ data. By adapting our approaches using lessons learned, we can reduce inefficiencies and improve our development impact. We strive to 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.
Applying CLA in Real Life
What is Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) and how can we apply it in real life? Hear from our technical experts about how they collaborate, learn and adapt in projects around the world.
Getting Buy-In for CLA
How can global development projects get others on board when it comes to the collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) approach? Our technical experts from around the world share their thoughts.
Making CLA Sustainable
How can global development projects and practitioners make CLA sustainable? Our technical experts from around the world share their thoughts.
Nurturing Youth Agripreneurship in Uganda
During an agricultural career exhibition organized by and for youth in Uganda, future agripreneurs, farmers, and agribusiness professionals learned to harness the wide variety of professional development opportunities in the sector.
News: HRH2030’s Colombia Activity Wins USAID CLA Case Competition
The Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) Case Competition recognizes USAID projects using a CLA approach to meet development objectives. This year, the Human Resources for Health in 2030 Program (HRH2030)’s Colombia activity earned the recognition.
Development Works Here with Alejandro Arrivillaga
Development works here because great people work here. We’re excited to introduce you to our team.
3 Questions with Jennifer Swift-Morgan on Supporting Cameroonian Scholars
Jennifer Swift-Morgan discusses her upcoming stint as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar in Yaoundé, Cameroon and her desire to help prepare the country’s young academics, policymakers, program managers and social entrepreneurs to lead Cameroon’s sustainable development.