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 .
The Contract Side of CLA
Technical experts share how they have approached the contract side of collaborating, learning, and adapting.
Making CLA Sustainable
How can global development projects and practitioners make CLA sustainable? Our technical experts from around the world share their thoughts.
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.
This case study focuses on changes in how the USAID/Ukraine Agriculture Growing Rural Opportunities (AGRO) Activity team manages their relationships with local partners, handles communications, and continues to learn and adjust to maintain progress in project activities in response to instability caused by Russia’s war on Ukraine.