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Strengthening Evidence Use for Development Impact

Last updated: 26/07/2022
IATI Identifier: GB-1-205283


Strengthening Evidence Use for Development Impact aims to increase the use of evidence by policymakers in Ghana, Uganda and Pakistan, which will contribute to more efficient and effective decision-making by partner governments. It will address key constraints to the use of evidence in government institutions of partner countries combining several approaches: targeted capacity development for individuals and organisations; and politically smart technical assistance and evidence brokering that will support policy makers to apply relevant evidence from DFID and others. Strengthening Evidence Use for Development Impact will also work effectively alongside existing bilateral DFID sector programmes, and in doing so help them to increase their impact through evidence use.


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