Partnership for Economic Policy

For Support To Strengthen Impact Evaluation Capacities In East And West Africa

Overview
The Partnership for Economic Policy provides funding to researchers in low- and middle-income countries, and mentoring and training to help build research and policy engagement skills. With this grant, the partnership will support researchers in East and West Africa that conduct impact evaluation of government programs. Additionally, it will provide technical support to East and West African governments interested in conducting impact evaluations.
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ICIPE Duduville, Kasarani RoadP.O. Box 30772-00100
Nairobi, 00000 Kenya
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for achieving researchers’ autonomy on impact evaluation capabilities in East and West Africa  
The Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP) offers researchers in low- and middle-income countries research funding and provides mentorship and training to help build research and policy engagement skills. With this grant, PEP will support researchers in East and West Africa to conduct impact evaluation of government programs. It will also provide technical support to East and West African governments interested in conducting impact evaluations. (Strategy: Evidence-Informed Policymaking)
for strengthening impact evaluation capacity in East and West Africa  
The Partnership for Economic Policy provides funding to researchers in low- and middle-income countries, and mentoring and training to help build research and policy engagement skills. With this grant, the partnership will support researchers in East and West Africa who conduct impact evaluation of government programs. Additionally, it will provide technical support to East and West African governments interested in conducting impact evaluations. This extra one-time funding is going to fund four additional impact evaluations.

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