Project: Systematizing Learning at NI

Across many organizations, there is a general understanding of the ‘learning’ portion of the monitoring, evaluation, research and learning (MERL), MEL, MEAL, etc. systems. However, learning is often described broadly and informally. Increased donor and public appetite for transparency and accountability have generated some momentum to move away from ad hoc approaches toward better-defined learning frameworks.

The goal of this consultancy is to conduct an appraisal of the learning function at Nutrition International (NI) and generate recommendations on strengthening the existing processes of formal and informal learning across the organization. Examples of such learning will be documented and shared through a series of learning narratives. By increasing the opportunities for routine knowledge sharing to inform the design or adapt existing programs, this workstream will help NI continue to work towards its strategic objectives of coverage, leverage, and influence.

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Critical Appraisal of Learning Function at NI


Identify and Prioritize Potential Learning Narratives
  • Develop Learning Narratives


Share and Evaluate the Learning Narratives
  • Generate Recommendations on Systematizing Learning at NI