Join USAID's Democracy, Human Rights and Governance (DRG) Bureau on February 1 for an engaging online discussion to inform the development of our 2024-2026 DRG Learning Agenda. Use the Registration Link to attend.
Request: We are interested in learning more from you about your learning priorities and current and planned research, evidence and evaluative activities. Please join us to share your work and learn from us and other participants about the latest research, evidence and evaluation in the DRG sector. As we take stock of our learning priorities and plans, we hope to also identify new areas of research focus or evidence needs that will help inform USAID as it begins to formulate its 2024-2026 DRG Learning Agenda.
Purpose: This session will focus on obtaining your feedback and insights to inform the next USAID DRG Learning Agenda.
Background: In 2020, the DRG Center commissioned a review of the 2016 and 2017 learning agenda initiatives in order to understand how to structure and refine the next set of learning questions. The 2021-2023 Learning Agenda supported the development of cross-cutting, sector-specific and operational level learning questions. USAID is committed to rooting our technical assistance in rigorous research and evidence to adapt to changing conditions and new challenges and demonstrate progress. In the 2024-2026 DRG Bureau Learning Agenda, USAID’s DRG Bureau seeks to build not only on USAID’s past learning agenda’s but also those of our partners and colleagues. Working together and sharing our findings, we will continue to explore emergent topics and fill in gaps in the technical evidence.