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Biodiversity Cross-Mission Learning

USAID's Biodiversity Cross-Mission Learning Program works to increase the effectiveness of biodiversity conservation programming by finding out what works, what doesn’t, and why.

The Biodiversity Cross-Mission Learning Program works by:

  • connecting USAID staff in different missions who are implementing the same strategic approach to address a development challenge;
  • facilitating knowledge sharing and experience about when and under what conditions the theory of change holds; and
  • fostering collaboration to answer a set of shared learning questions (a Learning Agenda) that can improve the effectiveness of USAID programs.

Cross-mission learning groups collaborate through email discussions, virtual meetings, and an online wiki knowledge base. Learning groups may also choose to collaborate on data or information collection.

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