How the approach to delivering critical thinking training in Sierra Leone's higher education has been adapted, firstly in response to initial identification of challenges and again as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns.
This paper draws on literature and experience, both from the parliamentary strengthening sector and the evidence-informed policy sector, to explore information support systems in
African parliaments and the factors that shape their work.
This seminar, held on 28 June 2017, provided an opportunity to reflect on what’s been learnt about successful approaches to capacity development, working in partnerships with Southern institutions, academics and policymakers.
This report gives an overview of the first phase of the project “Strengthening Indigenous Academic and Digital Publishing In Tanzania”; the needs assessment and recommendations for training to be given.
This article looks at a pilot project that was set up in 2013 by the UbuntuNet Alliance and INASP to work with National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) in order to tackle the problem of the ‘last kilometre’ when accessing and contributing to global research.
This document provides a rapid review of the relevant literature on the research and knowledge system in Sierra Leone, and looks at the research landscape, higher education system and the extent of use of research in policy making.
This case study looks at an INASP-funded project which took place at Moshi Co-operative University in 2016 to develop an evidence based approach to improving entrepreneurship and innovation in Tanzania.
This article explores the programme that was developed in 2013 by the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Colombo and INASP's AuthorAID programme to develop scientific research-writing skills for academic staff and postgraduate students.
A report of the work carried out with the Department for Environmental Affairs (DEA) as part of the VakaYiko project in South Africa and a reflection of the lessons learned through the course of the project.