Adaptive Peacebuilding Programming Through Effective Feedback Loops: Promising Practices (2017)

Kiely Barnard-Webster and Isabella Jean, CDA Collaborative Learning, Peacebuilding Evaluation Consortium

Created 04/20/2020

Analysis, Case Studies


This case study report was developed by CDA Collaborative Learning’s part of Peacebuilding Evaluation Consortium collaborative research on the use of feedback loops in support of adaptive programming. Feedback loops are just one element of adaptive programming and are defined and used in different ways by organizations working on social change, peace and development issues. This document includes key findings from our desk review of reports and grey literature, key informant interviews, observations documented during CDA’s advisory and learning engagements with peacebuilding partners as well as the case study on SFCG’s feedback processes in Burundi. The findings are most relevant to program and M&E staff but have implications for senior management and policymakers in light of growing interest in strengthening adaptive management.

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