In this memo, we reiterate our vision and impact model for driving distributed change in the digital ecosystem (section 2). A summary of our programmatic areas, their progress this year and their plans for FY20 constitute section 3. Finally, we take you through the transitions we are navigating in FY20, including our work to ensure that the learning and evidence we have amassed in our first phase is accessible and usable by the digital ecosystem, and we highlight some early themes we see emerging over the next five years (section 4).
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