SEDI is a five-year, FCDO-funded programme that will work to increase the use of evidence by policymakers in Uganda, Ghana and Pakistan, which will contribute to more efficient and effective decision-making by partner governments.
Launched by INASP and African Journals Online, Journal Publishing Practices and Standards (JPPS) is a unique framework for providing accreditation and support for journals in the Global South hosted on the Journals Online platforms.
INASP partnered with the University of Dodoma in Tanzania on a gender sensitization workshop in response to concerns about gender inequalities within the institution. This led to a Gender Mainstreaming in Higher Education Toolkit, and gender mainstreaming within the university.
AuthorAID supports early-career researchers in low- and middle-income countries to find mentors who can help them progress in their careers, and to help researchers find collaborators and support successful collaboration.
GPEKE helps improve equity in research and knowledge systems by supporting gender equity; equity in research skills development; and equity in research publishing via global platforms for researchers and journals and in-depth partnerships in Uganda, Ethiopia and Cambodia.
AQHEd-SL is bringing together higher education institutions across Sierra Leone to improve quality management in higher education and introduce outcome-based education. Stakeholder engagement and innovative pedagogy help align students’ learning with the needs of the job market.
INASP was commissioned to carry out an evaluation of the extent to which the PEBL project has increased flexibility in East African Higher Education systems to expand capacity to meet increasing graduate learning demands without eroding quality
INASP supported development of online policy engagement and collaborative planning workshops with national and international partners to co-produce culturally sensitive schools-based health literacy / health promotion intervention for adolescents in Northern Nigeria
INASP was commissioned by 3 UK funders (FCDO, NIHR and UKRI) to undertake a consultation on challenges and opportunities that Open Access presents to Low- and Middle-Income country (LMIC) stakeholders, in order to understand the potential impact of UK OA policies on LMIC rese