• We study the manner and extent to which changes to policy, regulatory frameworks, performance management, and the working environment can improve formulation and implementation of practical evidence-informed actions for development.​  Read more.

  • We study the extent and the manner in which human capital development can improve practical evidence-informed actions for development. We ensure that the civil service can make decisions that deliver on the country’s development agenda through peer learning, accountability and citizen engagement. Read more.

  • We study and advise governments on areas where domestic resources would be most needed to ensure its ability to formulate, implement and review practical evidence-informed actions for development. Read more.

Pan Africanist Voices

Because our agriculture has the lowest productivity in the world, the only way we are going to be able to catch up with productivity is by linking it to agro processing. Not living it alone, but adding value to the chain

Carlos LopesExecutive Secretary, UN Economic Commission for Africa