Posts by Guest Contributor

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...

Reflections from the VakaYiko annual consortium meeting

Reflections from the VakaYiko annual consortium meeting

As Research Uptake Manager in the Evidence into Action team at the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), Ed Barney...

Understanding the country context: why it is important

Understanding the country context: why it is important

Abdullah Shams Bin Tariq from Bangladesh urges publishers to take advice from organizations such as INASP in understanding country context...

Capacity development for evidence-informed policy making in the Philippines

Capacity development for evidence-informed policy making in the Philippines

Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines receives a grant for evidence-informed policy making (EIPM) activities within the INASP-led VakaYiko...

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