Posts by INASP

Why organizational change matters

This year's INASP annual review looks at supporting research and knowledge systems with real and lasting capacity 

Strengthening research and knowledge systems: reflections from our work

Central to INASP’s recently completed five-year SRKS programme were the principles of high-quality capacity development; sustainability; local leadership; adaptability; partnership; gender equity; and learning. In this post we share some reflections from our report of the programme.

Research suggests low density of snow leopards in Nepal’s Conservation Area

The snow leopard is a mammal species of the cat family found at high altitudes in Nepal and other countries...

Study shows heightened risks for premature babies in Bangladesh

Study shows heightened risks for premature babies in Bangladesh

A recently published study in Bangladesh titled Clinical outcome of the late preterm infants shows that premature babies can develop...

Small mammal thought to be extinct rediscovered in Nepal’s national park

The hispid hare (Caprolagus hispidus) is in the list of critically endangered small mammals. It was thought to be extinct...

AuthorAID MOOC participants reflect on important and inspiring takeaways from the course

Samuel Yigzaw, Adetoun Oyelude, Al-Kassim Hassan Mohammed and Atebeh Lekah are four participants from AuthorAID’s recent MOOC on research communication. In this post, they share some of the useful lessons they learned from the online course, and explain how they will use the knowledge they developed to advance their research careers.

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