Rapid Action Learning approaches

Rapid Action Learning (RAL) approaches are a range of learning and research activities that produce timely, relevant and actionable results.

Different RAL approaches have been developed and utilised by the Sanitation Learning Hub and partners over the past 13 years.

We use RAL approaches to rapidly gather evidence and recommend practical actions, often on urgent overlooked sanitation and hygiene issues.

Our research in done in collaboration, working with sanitation and hygiene specialists from around the world.

The timely identification of these issues requires forwarding thinking and good communication within the sector.

What is Rapid Action Learning and how was it developed?

Robert Chambers explains the key principles behind Rapid Action Learning

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