New insights into the population growth factor in development

The below article is a summary of the perspectives shared at a recent talk by several of AFIDEP’s partners alongside AFIDEP Director Eliya Zulu at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, a think tank in Washingoton, D.C. This was originally posted on the blog of the Center’s Environmental Change & Security Program. “We

Enhancing research uptake in policy and programmes

Research evidence is undoubtedly crucial for the formulation, implementation and evaluation of more effective and targeted development policies and programs. For many reasons, however, research evidence does not always inform development policies and programs. Consequently, there are renewed concerns on what should be done to bridge the gap between research, policy and action. Responding herebest bunk bed with stairs