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How to use learning alliances to achieve systems change at scale

Learning alliances, guided by change hubs, are a core element in IRC’s praxis for strengthening WASH systems. Honed over more than a decade of application in the field, they are our approach to social learning and collective action, which we believe to be essential prerequisites to driving innovation and change in water, sanitation and hygiene service delivery.

This working paper sets out the thinking behind our use of learning alliances, offers practical guidance on how to adopt the approach and build a change hub to support it, and discusses examples from Ghana and Uganda.

TitleHow to use learning alliances to achieve systems change at scale
Publication TypeWorking Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsDarteh, B., Moriarty, P.B., Huston, A.
Secondary TitleIRC WASH systems series
Pagination34 p., 2 boxes, 5 fig.
Date Published03/2019
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, the Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

Learning alliances, guided by change hubs, are a core element in IRC’s praxis for strengthening WASH systems. Honed over more than a decade of application in the field, they are our approach to social learning and collective action, which we believe to be essential prerequisites to driving innovation and change in water, sanitation and hygiene service delivery.

This working paper sets out the thinking behind our use of learning alliances, offers practical guidance on how to adopt the approach and build a change hub to support it, and discusses examples from Ghana and Uganda.

Citation Key85375

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