The buzz of Africa Evidence Week has continued into day 2, with 13000 (yes - thousand) impressions, 72 retweets, 80 likes, and 34 clicks per link on day two alone. Some of the highlights from this busy day on Twitter include:
- Four blog posts about the a rapid evidence synthesis service in Zimbabwe, using outcome mapping for research-use in Africa, a network to advance evidence-use in policy in Benin, and an interview with Charles Shey Wiysonge.
- Another short video of an emerging EIDM leader.
- Resources shared by other organisations which today included a free toolkit for how to develop your own clinical guidelines for your context.
Some highlights coming up today include a blog (written in French and English) that shares reflections of promoting EIDM in the ECOWAS region, a case study from Benin on engaging policy-makers with evidence, and a short video from the AEN secretariat about what the highlights of the week so far have been.
The week is happening until Friday, so make sure you are part of the conversation on Twitter by following #AfricaEvidenceWeek. Together, we'll show the world that #Africalovesevidence.
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