The 20-month project commissioned by GIZ is a partnership between the Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Seig (HBRS) and the Sustainable Policy Institute (SDPI), supported by experience in blended learning design from INASP and global delivery capabilities from Oxford Policy Management (OPM)
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.
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
Context Matters Framework is a tool to help policymakers, researchers, practitioners and donors better define windows of opportunity in different contexts to focus efforts on promoting better interaction between knowledge and policy.
INASP was commissioned by the Evidence for HIV Prevention in Southern Africa (EHPSA) research programme to investigate demand for evidence use in HIV prevention policy for three vulnerable populations.
SPARKS enabled INASP and ACEPA to extend parliamentary learning exchange activities between the parliaments of Ghana, Uganda and Zimbabwe, to include Malawi and Kenya. The project used peer learning techniques inspired by the EIP's P2P Learning Guide.
The VakaYiko project aimed to strengthen the use of evidence in policy making by building capacity at individual, institutional and environmental level, and in doing so to explore which approaches were most effective in different environments and meet different evidence needs.
The VakaYiko Consortium worked with partners in Ghana to develop and pilot a training course for civil servants on Evidence-Informed Policy Making (EIPM). Building on the experience and leaning from the Ghana courses, INASP developed an Evidence-Informed Policy Making Toolkit.
The VakaYiko Consortium worked with partners in Ghana, Kenya, Peru and Zimbabwe to develop public engagement events - Policy Dialogues and Knowledge Cafes - in order to strengthen networks and communication channels with actors across the research-to-policy system.
The VakaYiko Consortium awarded seven grants to universities, think tanks and civil society organizations in Africa, Latin America and Asia to implement specific innovative approaches to strengthen the capacity for evidence use in policy making.
INASP co-facilitated a training workshop in Jordan on achieving policy impact, contributing to a key output for Westminster Foundation for Democracy’s MENA Policy Links programme: “Policy analysis that is evidence-based, accessible and focused on relevant issues... in the region"