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
The Journals Online project aimed to increase the visibility, accessibility and quality of peer-reviewed journals in developing countries so that research outputs produced in these countries can be found, shared and used more effectively.
INASP was commissioned by Asian Development Bank to contribute to a collection of case studies describing how systemic improvements to teacher/lecturer training and professional development have been supported.
INASP has been commissioned by a wide range of organisations to design and deliver workshops to support stakeholder engagement and research communication skills to increase the uptake - and ultimately the impact - of research from researchers across the globe.
Since 2016 INASP has partnered with the Somali Institute for Development and Research Analysis (SIDRA) to explore and address gender issues in research and higher education and the role of women in research in Puntland.
INASP partners with national library consortia to facilitate affordable access to research. INASP negotiates with publishers to provide researchers and libraries in developing countries with the research content they need at affordable prices.
Strong and Equitable Research and Knowledge Systems in the Global South (SERKS) is working to strengthen research and knowledge systems and address the challenges of inequity within and between research and knowledge systems.
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.
Providing training to women researchers offers a unique opportunity to support them to better navigate the publishing process, and to build peer networks which can provide ongoing support and motivation.
Recognizing that sustainable skills development must be owned and driven by local universities and research institutions, the AuthorAID project supported 10 universities and research institutions in Africa and Asia to establish research-writing skills training.
INASP worked with national library consortia and equivalent bodies to strengthen the organisational effectiveness of library consortia, to enable them to play stronger roles nationally, and to represent national needs in relationships with publishers and other suppliers.
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.