This presentation demonstrates the value of learning networks and walks through the phases of implementing learning networks.
This presentation by Stacey Young of USAID at the USAID KM EGAT KM Fair in 2008 emphasizes how learning networks and collaborative learning helps to achieve scaleable microenterprise innovation.
GROOVE Note from the Field
Participant Agenda for GROOVE Kick-Off Meeting
The GROOVE Market Facilitation Mentoring Program is designed to increase staff capacity to implement value chain programs that provide sustainable economic benefits to the poor and support institutional capacity building in market facilitation.
The SEEP Practitioner Learning Program (PLP) on Rural and Agricultural Finance and Food Security (RAFFS) is an action learning project that focused on approaches to, and the interconnection of, rural and agricultural finance and household well-being, including food security.
Overview of the GROOVE Market Facilitation Mentoring Program, a tested approach to building the capacity of value chain program managers and technical specialists to become effective market facilitators.
Three blog posts on Microlinks give views of Learning Networks from the field
Learning Network Facilitator Terms of Reference
The GROOVE learning network utilized learning journals in a number of ways. In addition to providing an opportunity to reflect on their own, network members used the journals as a group resource to learn about other’s experiences and raise questions for discussion. To support this practice, GROOVE facilitators often...