This page explains how learning is an intrinsic element of D4I projects.

Learning is a core value of Data for Impact (D4I). We believe that coordination, communication, and collaboration enable D4I to draw on the collective experience and expertise of all our partners to achieve the highest-quality results. Our organizational work plans include virtual and in-person idea exchange and help all involved to share learning. Our technological systems allow real-time reporting, progress updates, and information sharing. We can adapt to new information and changing contexts because our monitoring systems provide real-time information. We employ our monitoring systems to ensure transparency, which creates trust among partners. Shared learning helps us improve our methods to deliver timely evidence, use evidence for program and policy improvements, and improve how we help local organizations, so that countries can solve their own development challenges.

United States Agency for International Development Learning Lab

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