U-Learn: Evidence In Practice

Learning Hub

Facilitating cross-sectoral learning and encouraging uptake of key evidence amongst refugee response actors

Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP)

Empowering refugees and host communities to make their voices count all levels of refugee response planning

Research

Conducting in-depth assessments to fill critical knowledge gaps in the refugee response

Learning Hub

Facilitating cross-sectoral learning and encouraging uptake of key evidence amongst refugee response actors

Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP)

Empowering refugees and host communities to make their voices count all levels of refugee response planning

Research

Conducting in-depth assessments to fill critical knowledge gaps in the refugee response

actor mapping

Settlement-Level Actor Mapping (SLAM)

In order to facilitate collaboration between national-level and settlement-level stakeholders, U-Learn maps actors that operate in refugee settlements across Uganda, and makes the information publicly available

Latest news and publications

Latest news

Financial Literacy Training Minimum Standards Launched!

As part of a learning review series around Financial Inclusion, the Inter-Agency Cash Working Group (CWG) identified a need to harmonise Financial Literacy Training (FLT) practices in Uganda’s refugee response. In response to this need, we’re excited to share the “Uganda Refugee Response Financial Literacy Training Minimum Standards”.

 

The FLT minimum standards are a starting point for FLT programme design and implementation. They define the basics of what a training must provide to be considered FLT but all implementers are encouraged to do more.

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U-Learn is a consortium funded by UKAID and delivered in Uganda by the Response Innovation Lab (hosted by Save the Children) with IMPACT Initiatives and the International Rescue Committee.