Using networks and peer communities to learn and share for change

24 Aug 2020
10:40 - 11:05

Using networks and peer communities to learn and share for change

In this interview, Carina Wong talks about her work and experiences in accessing and building networks and peer communities to create opportunities for learning, sharing knowledge and generating change. We delve into the importance of user insights, where and how to find the existing networks and discuss what really makes for good evidence.

Specifically, we discuss:

  • Her role at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
  • The interchange between policy and practice
  • Peer communities to drive innovation and change
  • Levers for change
  • Formal and informal infrastructures in change
  • Learnings from her experiences

 

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