Localisation of Learning | Webinar

Project: Learning Project 1st November 2017



All programmes generate learning, and humanitarian staff working on programmes benefit from that learning. But if we don’t harness, capture and share our learning at all levels, it stay in our heads and doesn’t benefit the wider sector.

Capturing and sharing learning is particularly crucial at the local level as, in many cases, that’s where learning is generated; but local practitioners face a unique set of challenges and obstacles that can get in the way of their learning.

Listen to the localisation of learning webinar to hear our three panellists discuss successes and challenges to accessing and sharing learning experienced by local organisations and staff, as well as the role that beneficiaries and INGOs have to play.

This panel discussion was moderated by Dyan Rodriguez, Philippines Country Learning Advisor, DEPP Learning Project


Azmat Khan, CEO, Foundation for Rural Development, Pakistan

Collins Obura, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, Youth Alive, Kenya

Sumera Javeed, Executive Manager, HANDS, Pakistan


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