How are projects sharing lessons as they implement?

The INASP-led BCURE VakaYiko project aims to increase the capacity of policy makers to respond to research uptake needs. In a new blog, INASP’s Programme Assistant for the Evidence-Informed Policy Making programme, Shahenda Suliman, discusses some experiences from the VakaYiko programme of engaging with governmental institutions.

The blog article, which can be found here, provides a great outline of the realities of development. It comments on a number of key programming issues, such as the need for continuous engagement, how to work with processes and hierarchies, how to resist the constraints of the project design and the difficulty of sitting fees for civil servants.

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