Partnership for African Social and Governance Research

For Research And Outreach On Water Sector Accountability To Improve Governance And Service Delivery

Overview
The Partnership for African Social and Governance Research (PASGR) is an independent, pan-African nonprofit organization that works to build a vibrant social sciences community and enhance excellence and use of public policy research in Africa. Through this grant, PASGR will support a new consortium of practitioners, universities, and research institutions to better understand and promote policies, practices, and mechanisms for improving transparency and accountability of water services that are responsive to people’s needs in up to four countries: Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Zambia. The partnership will work with water sector policymakers and regulators in these four countries to identify priorities, recruit and support research fellows, and facilitate uptake of results.
About the Grantee
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www.pasgr.org 
Address
3411 Silverside Road, Suite 104, Wilmington, DE, 19810, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for the Utafiti Sera program to connect researchers and policy actors in East Africa  
The Partnership for African Social and Governance Research (PASGR) is an independent, nonpartisan pan-African not-for-profit organization. Currently engaged in more than 25 African countries, PASGR’s mission is to advance research excellence for governance and public policy in Africa. This grant will support PASGR’s Utafiti Sera program, which creates and supports research-to-policy communities to promote and support evidence-informed policy decision making. These Utafiti Sera communities bring together scholars, government officials, and civil society leaders working in specific sectors in Kenya and Rwanda to collaboratively prioritize policy questions, identify and fill research gaps to respond to these questions, and draw on research findings to inform policymaking. The Utafiti Sera approach prioritizes strengthening a culture and practice of evidence use among government partners in these countries and sharing learning about this with the broader evidence-informed policymaking field. (Strategy: Evidence-Informed Policymaking)
for coordinating input from African researchers on the post-2015 global development goals  
The active participation of leading thinkers from developing countries is essential to the success of the post-2015 global development goals process. The goal of this grant to the Partnership for African Social and Governance Research is to bring together a diverse group of African researchers and academics from think tanks and universities across the region, enabling them to engage in discussion and generate consensus on which post-2015 approach or approaches appear to best serve African needs and circumstances.

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