Africa Evidence Webinar

The Africa Evidence Network  is excited to launch the #AfricaEvidence webinar series. This series will present a platform to engage and discuss the role of evidence to inform policy-making in Africa. A webinar will host key African evidence thinkers to discuss the role of evidence to support policy-making and development on the continent.

Africa Evidence Webinar #5-  27 March 2019

Topic: Evidence 2020: enabling engagement and fostering collaboration 

Evidence 2020 Concept Note

FlyerEvidence 2020: enabling engagement and fostering collaboration 

Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CAT

Venue: GoToMeeting online platform

GoToMeeting Link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/652067325 or

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Africa Evidence Webinar #4-  26 February 2019

FlyerThe 4th Africa Evidence webinar invite

Video: “From capacity building to developing capacities: dreaming big about improving evidence use” with guest speakers Ruth Stewart of Africa Evidence Network and Berl Leach of 3ie

Presentation: From capacity building to developing capacities: dreaming big about improving evidence use

Blog: From capacity building to developing capacities: dreaming big about improving evidence use

Africa Evidence Webinar #3-  6 December 2018

Flyer- The 3rd Africa Evidence webinar invite

Video: “Looking back and looking ahead: African evidence ecosystems and the Africa Evidence Network in 2019” with guest spear Zafeer Ravat of Africa Centre for Evidence and chaired by AEN’s senior manager Siziwe Ngcwabe.

Click here to view the African evidence ecosystems maps.

Africa Evidence Webinar #2-  11 October 2018

Flyer-   The 2nd Africa Evidence webinar  invite

Video – “Reflections and feedback from Evidence 2018” with guest speakers Beryl Leach of 3ie , Rachel Emaasit of the National Planning Authority, Munisha Gupta Independent Lead Researcher, Ndi Euphrasia Ebai-Atuh of eBASE and Prof. Morankar Sudhakar of Jimma University .

Africa Evidence Webinar #1-  29 August 2018

Flyer- First Africa Evidence webinar invite

Video – “Evidence networks as a mechanism to support evidence-informed policy-making in Africa” with guest discussants Kirchuffs Atengble of Packs Africa and Ronald Munatsi of ZeipNET.