How can international NGOs (INGOs) use networking, learning & information systems to increase their development impact? What is the state of their systems for accessing & processing information? How could they become more successful in sharing & learning information?
In research by the London School of Economics and Political Science and the Institute for Development Policy and Management it is argued that learning from the field is essential to enable INGOs to influence wider policy-making and improve local accountability. As their focus changes from operational work to international advocacy, INGOs must strengthen institutional learning structures and learning skills.
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