Kenya Learning Journey

The Kenyan journey demonstrated how together we can better engage policy stakeholders. It also emphasized the need for collaboration to enhance learning and accountability.

  • Formed in 2017 and reached clarity on the common issues to explore to-gether as thematic groups
  • Increased collaboration between members - A window of opportunity provided by the CBC in Kenya allowed the team to be actively part of the pro-cess providing inputs into key areas such as parental engagement.
  • Thematic group learning and cross learning including learning visits
  • Communication workshops and the establishment of MEAL system by or-ganisations, and thus members are able to design programmes better in-cluding understanding of the theories of change.
  • Learning catalyst recruited who has facilitated problem driven learning.
  • Contributed to Abidjan principles