Designing Programmes to Maximise Mutual Learning

Published on 1 November 2016

Learning from research is a significant enabler of research impact that contributes to sustainable development.

Essentially, anyone involved in a research project can benefit from regular opportunities to come together to review learning arising from the project, and an exchange of relevant knowledge between different stakeholders can enrich project development. Once a project reaches completion, effective communication and dissemination strategies can ensure the lessons learnt are shared with a wider audience.

This Learning Guide seeks to draw out some of the key lessons on successful approaches knowledge sharing and mutual learning.


Emma Greengrass

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Institute of Development Studies and The Impact Initiative
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