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VakaYiko – INASP Blog

Taking complexity seriously: helping officials to use evidence more skilfully in the Zimbabwean government

Author: Ajoy Datta, Research Associate, Overseas Development Institute, worked on the VakaYiko programme, coordinated by INASP. Ajoy is an expert...

Six readings on parliaments and how they use evidence

Photo: Department of Research Services, Parliament of Uganda Author: Emily Hayter, Programme Manager, Evidence-Informed Policy Making Team, INASP Over the...

Ten Videos on Evidence and Policy

Ten Videos on Evidence and Policy

Here are a few of our favourite videos featuring researchers, policymakers and practitioners all over the world discussing key issues...

Dr. Patrick Tandoh, lead facilitator from GIMPA

5 ways of adapting the Evidence-Informed Policy Making Toolkit training for your participants – Experiences from GIMPA

Image: Dr. Patrick Tandoh, lead facilitator from GIMPA Back in January, the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA)...

Evidence Spotlight: Overcoming challenges to using evidence in the Parliament of Malawi

Photo: Parliament of Malawi ——————————————————————————————————————————- In this Evidence Spotlight INASP’s Emily Hayter interviews Kondwani Chikafa (image, right), Senior Research Officer...

Photo: Participants in the Parliament Learning Exchange (Left to right) - Mohammed Hardi Nyagsi, Parliament of Ghana; John Mugabi Bagonza, Parliament of Uganda, Christina Mafoko, Director of Research, Parliament of Zimbabwe; Abrahan Ibn Zackaria, Parliament of Ghana.

Promoting the use of evidence in parliaments

Photo: Participants in the Parliament Learning Exchange (Left to right) – Mohammed Hardi Nyagsi, Parliament of Ghana; John Mugabi Bagonza,...

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