The Partnership for African Social and Governance Research (PASGR) supports the production and dissemination of policy-relevant research; designs and delivers professional development courses for researchers and policy actors; and facilitates a collaborative higher education program across African countries. Under this grant, PASGR will foster ongoing communities of research and policy actors in several thematic areas in Kenya, Rwanda, and Nigeria. These Utafiti Sera communities will prioritize policy questions, identify and fill research gaps to respond to these questions, and draw on research findings to inform policymaking.
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for research and outreach on water sector accountability to improve governance and service delivery
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 further generate and provide African policy actors with quality social science research that addresses accountability for water as a governance issue. PASGR will continue to create a safe space for stakeholders in the sector to engage and jointly find solutions to accountability challenges in four countries: Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Zambia.
for monitoring, evaluation of, and learning about the accountability for water program