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LINC is committed to locally-led and inclusive development.

We believe that engaging local actors increases the effectiveness and sustainability of international development. We have previously worked through several USAID-funded programmes in East Africa and were the recipient of USAID’s Small Business of the Year award.

As part of Global Labor Program – Inclusive Futures we will use our experience and tested systems tools, like Social Network Analysis, Participatory Systems Mapping, and Causal Loop Diagram, to support dialogue between stakeholders and facilitate learning. LINC will implement systems thinking activities, and Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA) framework and practices. We will provide strategic guidance to ensure that the various components of the programme are grounded in a strong evidence base and iteratively adapted to remain relevant throughout implementation.

We're involved in the consortium because…

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Engaging and empowering local actors

"...contributing to strengthening local systems with Inclusive Futures in Kenya is directly aligned with LINC’s mission to engage and empower local actors to lead their own development."

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Supporting lasting solutions

"...we believe that our tools and experiences in applying systems thinking to market systems can maximise and support lasting solutions to the development challenges that Inclusive Futures works to tackle."

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Learning and adaptation

" Inclusive Futures, we appreciate development efforts with a focus on learning and adaptation and believe that we could add value by applying LINC’s action learning approaches."

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