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Learning partnerships

Our learning partnerships help our partners to develop a deeper understanding of a particular topic or portfolio of work. These partnerships often take place over the long-term, where we accompany our partners to make evidence-informed decisions and share learning and insights effectively.

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Blog

How to measure the progress and impact of champion building strategies

Our final champion building blog looks at how to measure the progress and impact of champions against your advocacy goals.

Practice Paper

Learning at the speed of trust – Learning Brief

This is the second and final Learning Brief which aims to share lessons with the wider advocacy community from an innovative...

Blog

Learning at the speed of trust: building monitoring, evaluation and learning capacity

Learnings from an innovative programme providing flexible tailored support to meet six organisations ‘where they were’ to...

Project

Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning on Global Serious Organised Crime

Delivering monitoring, evaluation, research and learning services to the UK Home Office to develop a coordinated and...

Project

Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning for the Somalia Security and Justice Programme

Improving security and justice outcomes in Somalia is a critical part of establishing the foundations of lasting peace in the...

Project

Promoting inclusive and fair climate action in cities around the world

Itad has been contracted by Porticus Foundation to be the Strategy, Monitoring, Evaluation and Lesson Learning (SMELL) partner...

Project

Quality Support Services for the World Food Programme’s Decentralized Evaluations

Itad is delivering a robust quality assurance service for the World Food Programme’s (WFP) decentralized evaluations,...

Report

Evolving anti-corruption programming amid COVID-19

Drawing from the efforts of implementing partners in adapting their strategies in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, this...

Report

Savings and climate resilience – A review of successes and challenges in current programming

Climate change is the most urgent challenge of our time, and the impacts disproportionately affect people living in poverty.

Blog

Why human-centered design (HCD) doesn’t always work for international development

A critical look at the use of HCD and what types of problems and organizations are best and worst suited for this method

Report

How can H2H actors measure outcomes and impact?

The MEAL Advisory Group (MAG) of the H2H Network held a joint learning session 10th December 2020 focused on how to capture...

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Project

Developing a strategic learning and evaluation system with Fondation Botnar

Today, over half of the world’s population lives in urban areas. Digital technology is predicted to play an increasingly...

Report

Human-centered design in international development: A review of what works and what doesn’t

Human-centered design (HCD) is a creative problem-solving approach that puts the customer or beneficiary at the centre, with...

News

What works in human-centered design in international development

The Savings Learning Lab have published a review of human-centered design (HCD) and how it is applied in international...

Report

Coordination and alignment with relevant global and UK International Health Regulations: Lessons from the Public Health England International Health Regulations Strengthening Project

This is the second Learning Brief to pull out areas of interest to a wide range of people in the global health security sector...

Report

Mid-point evaluation of the UK Public Health Rapid Support Team (UK-PHRST) – Final Report

Itad has been contracted by UK-PHRST to conduct an external performance evaluation and independent monitoring (PE&IM) of the...