11/12/2018 - Partners for Resilience country exchanges

In August and September 2018 six of the ten Partners for Resilience programme countries - Uganda, Philippines, Indonesia, Kenya, Guatemala and India-  hosted learning exchange visits involving PfR staff and local partners, along with national and local CSO and Government representatives from eight other PfR countries.

The main purpose of the visits was:

  1. To promote south-south learning to gain new insights and ideas to enhance policy dialogues and capacity strengthening work.
  2. To facilitate learning between key local CSO's and Government stakeholders.
  3. To provide an opportunity for a light touch peer reflection between countries.

A multi-media report has been put together, based on the country exchanges. Although the learning from the exchanges was much richer than can be captured in this one report, it gives a good snapshot of the flavour of the exchanges, highlighting the key learning areas, making use of the great videos and photos visitors shared.




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