Over the past several years, Action Against Hunger has produced an annual Learning Review: a collection of stories, reflections and learnings from our staff around the world about their work over the previous year.
In 2019, we interviewed the authors of several of these articles, to give a 5-minute summary of the learnings, reflections and recommendations captured in the report.
EPISODE 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE LEARNING REVIEW
To kick off Learning Week 2019, we released the first episode in our five-part series on Learning, in which we heard about what the Learning Review is, why we do it, and what we had to look forwards to in the latest edition – all in 4 minutes.
EPISODE 2: IVORY COAST
In part 2 of our series on learning, in honour of Learning Week, we heard about a project working to improve young people’s access to health information and services in Ivory Coast.
EPISODE 3: IRAQ
The third episode in our series on Learning, all about mental health system strengthening in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
EPISODE 4: BURKINA FASO
The fourth episode on Learning was all about how to inspire and be inspired by communities, from the MAM’OUT project in Burkina Faso.
EPISODE 5: INDIA
For the last episode in the series, we have a really interesting episode about how a project in India engaged men in the community to facilitate and improve the treatment of malnutrition in the community.
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