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In their own words: CSTC Trainers Discuss VakaYiko’s EIPM Course

In their own words: CSTC Trainers Discuss VakaYiko’s EIPM Course

Ebenezer Rexford Amankwah and Anna Ofori are trainers from the Ghana Civil Service Training Centre who participated in delivering VakaYiko’s Evidence-Informed Policy Making Course. Ebenezer also acted as the coordinator between CSTC and the VakaYiko programme, working closely with GINKS. Nana Gyamfi is a Senior Accountant at CSTC and is also involved in traditional leadership as a chief of his community. He participated in the course first as a participant and has since become a trainer.

Photo blog: VakaYiko Symposium 2016

Approaches to Capacity Building for EIPM: VakaYiko Symposium 2016  

Lessons from the three years of the VakaYiko EIPM programme

After three years, 11 countries, 1,164 people trained and 26 public engagement events held, the VakaYiko programme has come to an end. Emily Hayter shares some of the successes and things we have learnt.

EIPM Readings #2: Leading change in the public sector

EIPM Readings #2: Leading change in the public sector

The private sector has an enormous amount of literature written on change management, but this paper argues that, although there are some lessons to learn from them, the public sector’s context operates under different rules, which affect deeply how things work and how change can be achieved. I couldn’t agree more.

First ever Research Week in Ugandan Parliament

First ever Research Week in Ugandan Parliament

Research Week was a great success. It brought together researchers and policymakers providing a space for discussion on topical issues, and the Department of Research Services definitely met their aim of increasing their visibility within Parliament.

The EIPM Toolkit: An open resource for practitioners and civil servants in developing countries

Emily Hayter from the INASP EIPM team explains how the VakaYiko Evidence-Informed Policy Making Toolkit can be used as a resource material by civil servants, researchers and trainers independently, and without any prior training.

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