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The Real Story Behind Third-Party Monitoring in Afghanistan

Gary Glass Jr. writes about how we support the World Bank, under the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund, monitor the quality and impact of work on a variety of projects across many sectors, including in agriculture, democracy and governance, education, health, irrigation, and women’s economic empowerment.
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Restoring Balance between the “M” and “E” in International Development Practice

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Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) have often been grouped together, but monitoring is currently enjoying a "moment" of its own.

Learning from Learning: Bringing it All Together from My Perspective

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Instructional designer Selin McCurdy describes some important takeaways from the 2019 Association for Talent Development's International Conference.
Building Peace and Stability in DRC - Q&A with Jean Baptiste Nimubona
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Reflections on Fostering a Government of Innovation, without Defaulting to a Technological Approach
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Communications Meet-Up!

Please join your fellow strategic communicators and impact translators for a fun-filled evening to share experiences and reflect on the stories our community is telling!
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Tipping the Scales: Shifting from Projects to Scalable Solutions in Fragile States

Larry Cooley, MSI President Emeritus, and Jonathan Papoulidis, from World Vision, recently combined forces to co-author an article on the importance of applying a scaling up approach to confront vulnerabilities in fragile states.
“Meeting the need for widespread, tangible and sustainable progress in fragile states is the standard by which our generation of development actors should be judged.”
Larry Cooley