Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Design: The paper critiques the sufficiency of existing processes for feedback generation and it’s feed-forward thereof to support in PAIs. In relating to varying contexts of poverty alleviation interventions and experiences that exist from practice, it presents an internet enabled interface. We then illustrate how the proposed internet enabled interface it can deliver to specific issues and problems in different across differing PAI poverty alleviation intervention contexts.
Findings: The SOLVER portal and its process map that are configured and simulated using case vignettes aim to present create an interface environment between sharers and seekers for shaping customized solutions from past experiences for PAIs.
Originality and Value: Improving the performance of PAIs is crucial for societal goals of equitable living and access to opportunity spaces. PAIs practitioners are aware of the wealth of past experiences, but then, struggle to find a coherent and approachable portal that can churn these in response to their specific and contextual needs.