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Research outputs: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
2020 Potential and challenges of renewable energy development in promoting a green economy in Nigeria
There is an established link between the availability of reliable and adequate energy supplies and economic growth and development. Based on...
This article is based on a case study research on evidence use in Africa, drawing from four cases to focus on the role of civil society in e...
2020 Protocol: how has sustainable development goals declaration influenced health financing reform processes for universal health coverage at the country level?: a systematic review of literature
Achieving universal health coverage (UHC) is necessitating reforms in the way countries finance health systems. However, health financing re...