Three things we have learned about political economy analysis – and some unanswered questions

In the second of this two-part series, we reflect on what we have learned, the challenges we faced and questions we are asking ourselves as we continue to integrate Political Economy Analysis into our project work.

Exploring political economy analysis at INASP

In the first of two blog posts, Emily Hayter discusses how INASP is using context analysis to help inform our programmes, and why this is important.

Diagram illustrating the project.

How an equitable knowledge ecosystem can improve adolescent health in Northern Nigeria

John Young discusses the role of policy engagement and collaborative planning in helping health interventions to be effective amongst adolescents in Northern Nigeria.

Shifts in the sector: The evolution of our evidence-informed policy work – Part 2

Emily Hayter, Senior Programme Specialist for INASP’s Evidence Informed Policy and Practice, shares the key learning and emerging directions of our work to support capacities for evidence use within the global South.

From supply, to demand to organisational change: The evolution of our evidence-informed policy work – Part 1

Emily Hayter shares the most important shifts in our decade of supporting Evidence-Informed Policy and Practice capacities.

Picture of people involved in the DAP project.

“Finding the figures we need”: supporting data use for SDGs at the Parliament of Ghana

Agnes Titriku of ACEPA shares recent progress on the exciting two-year Data for Accountability Project – which helps the Parliament of Ghana to improve the national quality of life through evidence, using data to oversee progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

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