The November AEN newsletter brings to you the latest evidence news on the continent and from around the globe. The African feature explores the use of technology in public health emergencies in developing countries like Ghana. Our international feature story shares news on an exciting research project examining the global landscape of mechanisms connecting academic knowledge with parliaments. It also offers an exciting opportunity to participate, read the story to find out how!
In this month’s AEN blog post, AEN members from the African Population and Health Research Center share the importance of investing in monitoring progress and tracking performance for evidence-based decision-making.
And, the spotlight shines on Nchafack Almighty Nkengateh, a Ph.D. researcher and communication specialist from Cameroon! She was inspired to join the AEN after reading an article about #AfricaEvidenceWeek2021 in the Research to Action newsletter. We are delighted to have you join Africa's leading evidence network Nchafack!