In a blog entitled “Can African think tanks help strengthen governments’ use of data and evidence? We think so’, Sarah Lucas of the Hewlett Foundation shared how African organisations are developing ideas to improve the use of evidence by governments. She presented the eight institutions that were selected from 81 applications from East and West Africa for their particularly
CEDIL
During her presentation at a CEDIL conference, Professor Ruth Stewart, Chair of the Africa Evidence Network, highlighted ACED as a centre of excellence and innovation in Africa that the public (including DFID/CEDIL) should know about. You can watch his presentation here. His discussion on ACED starts at 45:40.
In a blog entitled “Can African think tanks help strengthen governments’ use of data and evidence? We think so’, Sarah Lucas of the Hewlett Foundation shared how African organisations are developing ideas to improve the use of evidence by governments. She presented the eight institutions that were selected from 81 applications from East and West Africa for their particularly
CEDIL
During her presentation at a CEDIL conference, Professor Ruth Stewart, Chair of the Africa Evidence Network, highlighted ACED as a centre of excellence and innovation in Africa that the public (including DFID/CEDIL) should know about. You can watch his presentation here. His discussion on ACED starts at 45:40.