Gallery of African EIDM Stories

Evidence Matters

AEN COMMUNICATION TWEETS BETTER

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THE PEOPLE FACTOR

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RECEIVING ‘SMARTS’ ON THE SLY; THE AEN GIFTS KNOWLEDGE ON BEING A SUPER TEAM MEMBER

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AS THE BLINKERS OPEN

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UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE USE COULD HAVE SAVED MILLIONS

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THE ‘AFRICA’ IN AEN IS REAL

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WHAT’S IN THE VALUE PROPOSITION?

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THE SHOCK OF EVIDENCE WEEK

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AFRICA HAS ITS VERY OWN FLAVOUR

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THE AEN IS A SOURCE FOR WHAT IS NEW

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TRUST OVER TIME, FORGES COLLABORATION

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AELA AS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF POTENTIAL

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STORY TELLING: ENHANCING KNOWLEDGE WHILE TRANSFORMING LIVELIHOODS IN UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS

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USING EVIDENCE FROM EVALUATIONS TO IMPROVE OTHER EVALUATED PROGRAMS

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FROM MERELY DEVELOPING CAPACITY TO INSTITUTIONALISING EIDM IN THE HEALTH SECTOR IN ZIMBABWE

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IMPLEMENTING A GENDER DIAGNOSTIC TOOL AS A MEANS TO ENHANCE GENDER RESPONSIVE POLICIES AND PRACTICES

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USING EVIDENCE TO SAVE AN EVALUATION FIRM’S RESOURCES AND

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SUCCESSFUL COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND NGOS IN ADVANCING EIDM SOUTH AFRICA, IS POSSIBLE

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USING LOCAL INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES FOR CLIMATE ADAPTATION DECISIONS: FROM THE LOCAL TO GLOBAL

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INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE GOES BEYOND TRAINING AND MENTORSHIP: EXPERIENCES BETWEEN AFIDEP AND GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

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CONNECTING SCIENCE TO POLICY AND INDUSTRY: EVIDENCE FROM CSIR, GHANA

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SCIENCE FOR GIRLS? THE USE OF EVIDENCE TO INFORM EDUCATION MESSAGING FOR FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN CAMEROON

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A STRATEGIC COLLABORATION BETWEEN NGOS AND THE PARLIAMENT OF GHANA LEADS TO A SUCCESSIVE AFRICA EVIDENCE WEEK

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ADVANCING THE RIGHT TO READ FOR CHILDREN AGED 0-9 IN RWANDA

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AN UNDERSERVED POPULATION CONNECTED TO BASIC SERVICES

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WEANING YOUNG GIRLS OFF “SUGAR” – YOUNG 1OVE’S USE OF EVIDENCE TO SAFEGUARD BOTSWANA’S YOUTH

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UNDERSTANDING ORGANISATIONAL FACTORS TO STRENGTHENING SYSTEMATIC USE OF EVIDENCE IN POLICY-MAKING

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BLENDED LEARNING AND MENTORSHIP ENHANCES TRAINING INITIATIVES FOR HEALTH CONSUMERS IN CAMEROON

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