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Action Against Hunger Learning Review 2014

Apr 23 2015

Action Against Hunger’s Learning Review 2014 provides an indication of how the organisation is performing and a channel where issues can be raised, ideas can be proposed, and learning can be documented. 


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Action Against Hunger Learning Review

The  review is organised around three key sections: (i) a meta-analysis of Action Against Hunger’s 2014 evaluations which allows us to learn from our experiences and to integrate learnings into future programming cycles, (ii) a selection of articles which serve to promote debate and discussion, raise burning issues and discuss new approaches and; (iii) a compilation of good practices identified during the evaluations in 2014 which have the potential to be replicated and scaled-up in other contexts.

The content also looks at how Action Against Hunger adds quality throughout the cycle of a project from design, to implementation, evaluation and knowledge and information management for organisational learning.