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Learning Across Localities: Analyzing Local Context to Improve Impact


Authors: Walter Flores, Florencia Guerzovich, and Steven Rosenzweig
Published by: Transparency and Accountability Initiative
Date: August 2014

This Think Piece builds on insights from the TALEARN community of practice involving donors, practitioners and researchers in the T/A sector and discusses how local organizations learn about the context in which they operate to inform their organizational strategies and help them navigate contextual factors. This highlights the importance of local actors and organizations developing their analytical capacities, as well as the need for case studies from specific contexts that can help activists think about their own strategies for change.

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