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Better Care Network- In 2005, CARE and the Hope for Africa's Children Initiative (HACI) recognized the growing need for evidence and advocacy in this area, and joined with UNICEF, USAID, and Save the Children UK to form the BCN.
 
The BCN has launched an innovative, user-friendly web site, which contains relevant documents and guidance around these issues.
 
Center for the Study of Public Scholarship at Emory- The Center for the Study of Public Scholarship (CSPS) at Emory University promotes and examines scholarly work that crosses the boundary between the academy and the public.
 
Emergecy Capacity Building Project- The Emergency Capacity Building Project is a collaborative effort of seven humanitarian agencies that are jointly tackling common problems in emergency response and preparedness.
 
Over a two-year period, these agencies and their strategic partners are addressing issues pertaining to staff capacity, accountability (primarily to affected populations), impact measurement, risk reduction, and the use of information and technology in emergencies.
 
While seeking to improve the way the seven agencies respond to humanitarian crises, ECB is deeply committed to contributing to reform in the humanitarian sector as a whole. ECB will work closely with other humanitarian organizations and share findings widely.
 
CARE Academy- The Learning & Organizational Development Unit (L&OD) contributes to CARE's vision and mission by offering organizational learning and development initiatives that enhance CARE's capacity to evolve and remain relevant in communities where CARE works.
 
Learning Resources- Learning Resources and Knowledge Sharing. Knowledge Sharing at CARE refers to open and efficient sharing and use of the critical pieces of knowledge that enable CARE to increase its effectiveness in fighting poverty and social injustice.
 
Oxfam- Oxfam GB is a development, relief, and campaigning organisation that works with others to find lasting solutions to poverty and suffering around the world.
 
American Evaluation Association- The American Evaluation Association is an international professional association of evaluators devoted to the application and exploration of program evaluation, personnel evalutaion, technology, and many other forms of evaluation. Evaluation involves assessing the strengths and weakenesses of programs, policies, personnel, products, and organizations to improve their effectiveness. AEA has approximately 5000 members representing all 50 states in the US as well as over 60 foreign countries.
 
African Evaluation Association- AfrEA was established to help address this situation. It developed as an umbrella association for the national evaluation associations and as a resources for individual evaluators in countries where associations do not yet exist.
 
 
Inter-Agency network for Education in Emergencies- The Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) is a global, open network of non-governmental organizations, UN agencies, donors, practitioners, researchers and individuals from affected populations working together within a humanitarian and development framework to ensure the right to education in emergencies and post-crisis recovery.
 
ELMT-CARE East Africa- The Enhanced Livelihood in the Mandera Triangle (ELMT) program, a program that targets pastoralists in three countries of our region: Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. ELMT has designed a website and does a great job at documenting their experience.