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December 2016 – INASP Blog
Conservation agriculture leads to remarkable improvement in crop production and livelihood of farmers in Bangladesh

Conservation agriculture leads to remarkable improvement in crop production and livelihood of farmers in Bangladesh

Bangladesh, one of the densest countries in terms of population with about 1000 people living per square kilometre, has always...

Journal publishing in Nepal is challenging

– Dr. Mina Nath Paudel is Editor In-Chief of the Agronomy Journal of Nepal & Chief of the National Agriculture...

Sustainability is a dynamic process

INASP has recently evaluated the long-term sustainability of projects under the Strengthening Research and Knowledge Systems programme. Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Fran Deans shares some of the findings.

Gender neutral language still a far cry in Nepal technical schools

Gender neutral language still a far cry in Nepal technical schools

Communication plays a vital role in modern workplaces and language is one of the tools for the communication. However, gender...

Publishing in journals of the NepJOL family

– Guest Post by Edwin van Teijlingen, Professor of Reproductive Health Research at Bournemouth University and Padam Simkhada, Padam Simkhada,...

Evidence and policy making in Zimbabwe: new film from ZeipNET

Effective policy making requires strong links between researchers and policymakers. Although evidence-informed policy making (EIPM) is fairly new in Zimbabwe, policymakers and other stakeholders are increasingly talking about how to build an enabling environment to support these links. ZeipNET has produced a new documentary exploring the nature of policy making in Zimbabwe, featuring interviews with policymakers, political analysts, researchers, civic society practitioners and other opinion leaders who have participated in the BCURE project over the last three years. Ronald Munatsi shares some highlights.

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