Why Learning Is Important
The International Budget Partnership (IBP) works with civil society partners in over 120 countries, and leverages our multi-stakeholder network of international institutions, donors, the private sector and state actors, to ensure all people, especially in underserved communities, understand and have the right to influence how public money is raised and spent.
To respond to the ever-changing field of budget work and the needs of our partners, we embed learning across the organization, through our programs and partnerships. This learning approach requires asking ourselves and our partners difficult questions:
- What are the barriers to transformational societal change and how can we address them effectively?
- What do our successes and challenges tell us about how to adapt our strategies?
- How did IBP and our partners and allies contribute to positive change and how can we sustain those advances?