The African Institute for development Policy (AFIDEP) is pleased to announce the release of a new strategic plan for the period 2020-2024. Dubbed Strategy 2024, the plan provides a framework to guide AFIDEP in scaling new heights in its efforts to advance evidence use in transforming lives in Africa. In Strategy 2024, AFIDEP will
Drawn from East and West Africa, 25 distinguished researchers will be convening for a capacity development workshop in Evidence-Informed Decision-Making (EIDM). The workshop dubbed ‘Research Communications and Policy Engagement Training’ is a collaboration between the African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP) and the African Academy of Sciences (AAS). It is a five-day event that
One of the things that the first International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in 1994 envisaged was that countries would put in place structures and mechanisms to enable data on population inform policies and programmes at the sub-national level. Further, the need to have development data at the local level has been amplified
On 20th November, the African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP) joined the Malawi Ministry of Health and Population (MOHP), key stakeholder institutions and organisations from the private sector in commemorating Antibiotic Awareness Week in Lilongwe, Malawi. The aim of the walk was to bring awareness to the dangers of the misuse and overuse of antibiotics to the general public. The theme was ‘the future of antibiotic depends on us all’
Everyone has a role to play in bringing awareness to antibiotic resistance. The media has an important role in understanding the issue of antibiotic resistance and disseminating the message accurately to the general public, potentially leading to behavioural and policy change. To kickstart World Health Organisation (WHO)’s Antibiotic Awareness Week 2019, Malawi’s Ministry of Health and Population, together with key stakeholders, held a press briefing event on 18 November, 2019, at the Public Health Institute of Malawi (PHIM) in Lilongwe, Malawi in a bid to increase media knowledge on antibiotic resistance and its effects as a means of increasing public awareness.
The 8th African Population Conference (APC) is an event that brings together scientists, policymakers, practitioners, civil society organisations, international organisations, donors and other stakeholders from Africa and across the world in the population field. The conference is organised by the Union for African Population Studies (UAPS) and will be hosted by the Government of