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October 2016 – INASP Blog
Research finds ways to address effects of climate change in agricultural production in Nepal

Research finds ways to address effects of climate change in agricultural production in Nepal

Nepal is one of the most vulnerable countries in terms of climate change and its impacts. Rising average temperature, delayed...

Supporting the use of research and knowledge in policy making

INASP is known for strengthening the research and knowledge systems. For almost 25 years, we have been working with different part of this system so it can function as a whole: librarians, publishers, researchers, academics, IT services and their institutions in many countries. More recently, since 2009, we have been incorporating a further key component of the research and knowledge system: the policymakers and other users who need access to knowledge to make better decisions. This group is an important part of INASP's new five-year strategy, as Clara Richards explains.

Evidence Spotlight – Development Planning in Ghana

Evidence Spotlight – Development Planning in Ghana

As part of VakaYiko’s recent event in Accra, GINKS hosted a National Stakeholder Forum on Evidence-Informed Policy Making (EIPM) in Ghana. Dr Isaac Mensa-Bonsu, the Director of Plan Coordination from Ghana’s National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) outlined four major national-level systems in Ghana that require evidence and described the role of the NDPC in each of these.

Gender and social inclusion policies are poorly implemented in Nepal’s vocational schools

Gender and social inclusion policies are poorly implemented in Nepal’s vocational schools

The perception about gender and gender roles evolve with time and vary according to cultural and social differences. Nevertheless, gender...

Sharing research for development and transformation – part 2

Promoting Southern publishing, supporting routes to share Southern research with wider audiences and embedding skills within institutions are all part of INASP's vision of 'research and knowledge at the heart of development'.

Photo blog: VakaYiko Symposium 2016

Approaches to Capacity Building for EIPM: VakaYiko Symposium 2016  

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