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What is USAID ECCN reading?

Are you looking for interesting weekend reading? Look no further than the "What is USAID ECCN reading?" series. Through this series we distribute a list of meaningful news articles, books, reports, and other documents, including multimedia, relevant to those working in Education in Crisis and Conflict (EiCC) contexts. 

We encourage you to participate! If you would like to contribute to the "What is USAID ECCN reading?" series please email us at with your contributions. Include in the email a link to the document with a 1-2 sentence description, your name, organization, and image. The image is optional.

Jim Rogan, USAID ECCN Conflict Specialist 

Harvard Business Review recently posted an article titled Why Bad Projects Are So Hard to Kill about the consequences of ignoring certain information that flows through project feedback loops. 

Gwen Heaner, USAID ECCN Research Manager

A systematic review of preventive interventions to reduce youth gang violence in low and middle income countries - including school-based interventions - offers some powerful insight into this complex issue. 

Ash Hartwell, USAID ECCN M&E Specialist

The Problem with Evidence-Based Policies, a critique of the growing trend to treat random controlled trials as the 'gold standard' of evidence, is a recommended read for those working in evaluation and research.  
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