USAID's Self-Reliance Learning Agenda
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is excited to announce the publication of the Self-Reliance Learning Agenda questions. Please check out the resource on this page to see the full list of questions.
What is self-reliance?
Self-reliance is a country’s capacity to plan, finance, and implement solutions to local development challenges, as well as the commitment to see these through effectively, inclusively, and with accountability.
What is USAID’s Self-Reliance Learning Agenda (SRLA)?
Both a process and a set of products, the SRLA generates, collects, synthesizes, and disseminates evidence and learning, and facilitates their use to inform how USAID supports countries on the Journey to Self-Reliance.
What are the implications of the SRLA for implementing partners?
We see perspectives and evidence from outside USAID as essential to contributing to the SRLA. It is our intention that publishing these questions and engaging partner countries and the development community will help surface evidence and learning from a wide range of development actors.
USAID is committed to the SRLA and will continue to engage with implementing partners in order to surface evidence and share learning.
How can I contribute to the SRLA?
Please share data sources and learning that build evidence toward SRLA questions by reaching out to us at SRLA@usaid.gov