Learning to support co-production

  • By Christian Aid
  • 23/11/2016

Image credit: Ollivier Girard / CIFOR


This policy brief (Learning Paper #3) explores the process of co-production and learning and looks at the challenges and opportunities that have arisen in the first half (or year and a half) of the project relating to learning within the consortia. Findings draw from interviews undertaken with
partners in Burkina Faso, Ethiopia and the UK, as well as members of BRACED’s Knowledge Manager (KM), led by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI). This brief brings together perspectives from local, national and international humanitarian and development partners, including those with communications expertise, as well as national and international climate information providers.

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