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Stockton, Gilles; McMillin, John; Desta, Solomon; Beyero, Mesfin; Tadele, Alemneh, 2012, Mid-Term Performance Evaluation of the Pastoral Livelihoods Initiative Phase II- PLI II (Ethiopia)

2.4 APPROACHES TO ENHANCE LIVELIHOODS, EQUITY AND INCLUSION

2.4.1 Social dialogue and IE

Recommendation: 14) Note that dialogue should not end with a project on livelihoods with people dependent on the IE but rather include opportunities for stakeholders to share successes and lessons learned during and after project end.

Reference: Stockton, Gilles; McMillin, John; Desta, Solomon; Beyero, Mesfin; Tadele, Alemneh, 2012, Mid-Term Performance Evaluation of the Pastoral Livelihoods Initiative Phase II- PLI II (Ethiopia), Midterm or interim evaluation, USAID, Washington DC.

Evidence sample: different partners expressed to the evaluation team that they regretted the lack of opportunities to learn from other partners and share successes that they had experienced in their programming. This failure to follow through on the “learning aspects” of the program is puzzling because in the Cooperative Agreement the consortium was very explicit as to how it proposed to address learning and knowledge sharing.

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