[New report] Evidence-led adaptive programming - lessons from MUVA

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Samuel Sharp

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Jul 4, 2022, 5:32:08 AMJul 4
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Hi all,

Last week at ODI we published a report on the MUVA programme in Mozambique.

The paper explores how MUVA managed the tricky challenge of collecting real-time data to inform its adaptive management, and the potential implications for evidence-led adaptive programming elsewhere.

The paper is only short; do check it out if interested: https://odi.org/en/publications/evidence-led-adaptive-programming-lessons-from-muva/

Or I tweeted some key findings here

Best wishes,
Sam

Samuel Sharp

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