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CLTS research and practice: 5 areas for future work

Based on the conclusions of a systematic review of grey literature on CLTS, we are pleased to share a new research summary outlining the results of the review and five areas for future work for practitioners and researchers. 

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Our research identified several areas for future work to advance CLTS research and practice:

Develop a […]

How can we improve M&E of CLTS?

If you asked a public health practitioner whether monitoring & evaluation is important, you’d likely get a strange look. Practicing M&E is intuitively a good idea. After all, it can keep us focused on our desired results, provides an opportunity for learning and improvement, and promotes accountability to our supporters, colleagues and community members. So […]

Greetings and Welcome!

It is with much excitement that Plan International USA and the University of North Carolina launch this website to share lessons from the ‘Testing CLTS Approaches to Scalability’ project, which aims to to evaluate whether an increased role for local actors will improve CLTS effectiveness while also making it more scalable. The website will include regular knowledge […]