African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP)

African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP)

  • Publications: 107
  • Contributors: 139

In 2009, the African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP), an African-led, regional non-profit policy think tank, was established to help bridge the gaps between research, policy and practice in the areas of population change, public health, and the environment in Africa. The purpose of AFIDEP’s work is to contribute to sustainable socio-economic development by enabling the formulation of policies and programme interventions that are informed by sound research evidence in these focus areas.

Latest publications

Integration of Health in Kenya's Climate Change Policies

Evidence on Abortion Incidence, Safety and Legality in Sub-Saharan Africa

Performance of High Impact Interventions for Neonatal Care, and Applicability to Kenya

Successful Communication Strategies Used to Promote COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake: Lessons from Low- and Middle-income Countries

Antimicrobial Resistance: The Less Spoken Pandemic - A Call for Proactive Implementation of National Action on AMR in the East African Region

Focusing on Local community Involvement, Coordinated Financing and Strengthened Digital Platforms for Sustainable Universal Health Coverage

COVID-19 Response: Experiences from East Africa

Institutionalization of EIDM curriculum into government and research institutions in Kenya and Malawi

Co-production of Research Evidence and Development of Knowledge Management Platforms to Guide Policy Actors in the Use of Evidence to Inform Health Decision-making in Kenya

Positioning Health in Climate Change Action Plans

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