Institutional Learning and Change Initiative
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Institutional Learning and Change (ILAC) was an Initiative of the CGIAR created in 2003 and discontinued in 2015. The Initiative was hosted by the CGIAR Center Bioversity International, in Rome, Italy.
The Initiative was funded by a series of Funders, such as Rockefeller Foundation, Germany (GIZ), Netherlands (DGIS), and later by IFAD.
Initially the Initiative focused on impact evaluation theories and practices, supporting CGIAR practitioners on experimenting with alternative methodologies, besides advocating for changes in impact studies methodologies. Later in 2010 the Initiative shifted its focus to work more towards monitoring for learning and adaptive management.
The main output of the Initiative was a study on CGIAR activities and partnerships, through analyzing interactions of researchers and non-researchers of the CGIAR with their partners.