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  • MCLD at the European Evaluation Society Conference

    MCLD at the European Evaluation Society Conference

    To #ShiftThePower in international development, we need to ensure data is by the people, of the people, and for the people. For too long our monitoring and evaluation systems have been extractive processes, designed to fill out reports for development partners (aka funders). As we re-examine what monitoring and evaluation should look like in the […]

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  • USAID Meets with MCLD-Kenya

    USAID Meets with MCLD-Kenya

    “I’m Here to Listen and Explore How USAID Can Work Closely with Local Organizations” Michele Sumilas, USAID’s Assistant Administrator while Meeting Kenya’s CBOs On May 27, 2022, Movement for Community-Led Development (MCLD) Kenya Chapter hosted USAID’s delegation led by Ms. Michele Sumilas, Assistant to the Administrator of the Bureau for Policy, Planning, and Learning (PPL). […]

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  • Reflection: The Story of the Movement for Community-Led Development in Sierra Leone

    Reflection: The Story of the Movement for Community-Led Development in Sierra Leone

    By: Lansana Kondeh and Aiah MarrahJune 3, 2022 The Movement for Community-Led Development in Sierra Leone began discussions among individuals in April 2019, Mansofinia Agric Farmers Organization started contacting both signed up members and interested members to start face to face meetings in Freetown, fortunately, the Sierra Leone Association of Non-Governmental Organizations consented to offer […]

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  • Domestic Resource Mobilization Course In Partnership with the Change the Game Academy 

    Domestic Resource Mobilization Course In Partnership with the Change the Game Academy 

    Beginning in July, MCLD will offer a six-part course on Domestic Resource Mobilization, led by Master Trainer Sharon Olang of Change the Game Academy. (CTG) This participatory, customized course will enroll members of our National Chapters and other civil society leaders from around the world. Change the Game “aims to change the ‘rules’ of the development game: transferring power to communities […]

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