Africa Data Revolution Report 2018
The AODN Program was honored to have
been part of this report. Visit the report's
The Extension Support Program
We work with governments and
inputs companies to improve
adoption of improved inputs and
methods by smallholder farmers.
Africa Open Data Network
4 Fellows made up the Africa Open Data Fellows class of 2019. They were drawn from Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda and Sierra Leone.
We work with African governments to support their efforts in taking practical evidence-informed actions to end hunger, poverty and inequality.
We Are Working From HomeAlthough during this time the LDRI teams are working from home in support of efforts to slow the spread of SARS-CoV-2, we can still be reached on our digital platforms during work hours. We are committed to overcoming this pandemic together.
We support evidence-informed improvements to policy, regulatory frameworks, performance management, and the working environment to improve formulation and implementation of practical evidence-informed actions for development.
We provide insights on the extent and the manner in which human capital development can improve practical evidence-informed actions for development. We believe in strengthening the civil service for decisions that deliver on the country's development agenda through peer learning, accountability and citizen engagement.
We provide actionable analysis that governments can use to better align investments from domestic resources that ensure the country is able to formulate, implement and review practical evidence-informed actions for development on an on-going basis with minimal reliance on overseas development assistance.
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