Annual Report 2017 December, 2018
In 2017, AFIDEP contributed to promoting the value of evidence in policy formulation and development planning in Africa. We worked with government officials in Malawi, Namibia, Zambia, Rwanda, Botswana, Zimbabwe and eSwatini to co-produce evidence on the prospects for harnessing the demographic dividend. This informed strategic changes in the way the countries highlighted investments in human capital development in their medium and long-term development strategies.
There was a major shift whereby we increased focus on strengthening capacity for evidence use at sub-national levels of government. We worked in partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in six counties that account for over half of maternal deaths in Kenya to develop a performance monitoring and accountability system.
We further worked towards promoting institutionalisation and a culture of evidence-use in the public sector across Africa; and enhancement of the role of African parliaments in promoting democratic governance and accountability in service delivery and use of public resources.Read More
Annual Report 2016 November, 2017
Our 2016 Annual Report shares what difference we made in 2016 in the various areas of our work. These include using demographic dividend evidence to focus Africa's development trajectory; contributing to stronger health systems in Africa; enabling African parliaments to tackle development challenges; and reinforcing the African voice in global development discourses. You will also get insights on our work through the voices of our beneficiaries featured in various testimonials.Read More
Annual Report 2015 October, 2016
This is our premier Annual Report which shares the contributions we have made to global development efforts in the first six years of our operations, 2010-2015. The Report shares some compelling examples of the impact that we are having in enabling African governments to put evidence at the centre of decision-making in their development efforts. The examples further demonstrate how our work is stimulating African governments to think differently in their approaches to enabling increased use of evidence in their work.Read More