While a number of peer learning networks have grown and evolved over the years, the role of learning during a short-term crisis (such as COVID-19) has not been explored. Did learning networks still provide for access to real time problem solving during the onset of the pandemic as governments in Africa needed to respond quickly? Or were there other factors that prohibited their role in utilising evidence and learning in planning a response?
The objective of this webinar will be to unpack what how peer learning networks evolved during national lockdowns and the interruption of regular government business due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Discussion on what facilitated and hindered continued peer learning during this time will illuminate ways in which networks can better assist governments to institutionalize learning mechanisms.
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