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Learning by Doing in Livelihoods Projects: Lessons from South Asia

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June 5-6, 2013 | MC2-800 | 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

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Participatory interventions in South Asia, such as the $3 billion portfolio of rural livelihoods projects, are going to be of signal importance in achieving the twin goals of eliminating poverty and increasing shared prosperity by 2030. Since participatory interventions are complex, highly affected by context, and have uncertain trajectories of change, their effectiveness rests on their ability to experiment and learn from both success and failure. This workshop, which is jointly organized by the South Asia Rural Livelihoods Unit and the Development Research Group, examines various ways in which research and operations can collaborate to facilitate the ability of projects to learn by doing.


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