Posted on 16 July 2020
Global leader on Adaptive Management, Leni Wild, from the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) presented to CID members and supporters practical ways to embed adaptive management in development work, the key ingredients of the Doing Development Differently (DDD) Manifesto, and case studies of successful AM applications.
You can find the recording of Leni's CIDX Talk here, and her presentation slides here.
Leni Wild is the former co-director of the Global Learning on Adaptive Management initiative, co-funded by USAID and DFID, and an experienced research fellow in the Politics and Governance Programme at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) in the UK.
She is a recognised expert in the politics of service delivery, and how to identify and address governance constraints to delivery. She has a particular interest in accountability in the health and water sectors and frequently provides policy advice to a range of bilateral and multilateral agencies, including DFID and the World Bank, as well as a number of large INGOs. She has worked in post-conflict areas like Uganda, Sierra Leone and Gaza, as well as participating in fieldwork in Malawi, Tanzania, and South Sudan.