Posts by Guest Contributor

Knowledge cafe in Zimbabwe discusses evidence-informed policy making with stakeholders

The task now is to harmonize these and establish a working national evidence infrastructure to support evidence informed policymaking in Zimbabwe.

Re-skilling librarians in an age of rapid technological development

Re-skilling librarians in an age of rapid technological development

Agnes Kanzira Namaganda is an Academic Librarian, Information Literacy Instructor, and Head of Book Bank/Acquisitions Section at Makerere University Library,...

Travel grant recipient Om Basukala from Nepal shares his joy on being able to pursue a PhD and acknowledges the support he received from AuthorAID

Thank you AuthorAID and INASP for giving me an opportunity to attend ‘Trieste Course Leishmania 2014’ and present my work...

Evidence-informed policy making in Zimbabwe:  Challenges, Successes and Opportunities

INASP's partner ZeipNET organises a Knowledge Cafe in collaboration with US embassy to discuss challenges, opportunities and success story to implement evidence-informed policy making in Zimbabwe.

Beyond the library in Malawi: taking the MALICO consortium to uncharted waters

Beyond the library in Malawi: taking the MALICO consortium to uncharted waters

This is a guest blog by Patrick Mapulanga of Malawi’s MALICO library consortium. Patrick spent five days travelling the country...

Climate-change science roundtables support open dialogue for stakeholders and policy makers in Kenya

Climate-change science roundtables support open dialogue for stakeholders and policy makers in Kenya

This is a guest post from Winnie Khaemba, Research Fellow at INASP partner, the African Centre for Technology Studies, about...

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