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Goldman, I. & Pabari, M. (2021) Introduction to the book. In: Goldman, I. & Pabari, M. (eds).Using evidence in the policy and practice: lessons from Africa. London: Routledge. 1-12. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/15434
This introductory chapter outlines the rationale for this book on evidence based policy making and practice in Africa and sets the scene for...
Goldman, I. & Pabari, M. (2021) Lessons for using evidence in policy and practice. In: Goldman, I. & Pabari, M. (eds).Using evidence in the policy and practice: lessons from Africa. London: Routledge. 224-241. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/15433
This final chapter draws together findings and lessons from this study with reference to the analytical framework described in Chapter 3. We...
Goldman, I., Olaleye, W., Ntakumba, S.S., Makgaba, M. & Waller, C. (2021) Mere compliance or learning: M&E culture in the public service of Benin, Uganda and South Africa. In: Goldman, I. & Pabari, M. (eds).Using evidence in the policy and practice: lessons from Africa. London: Routledge. 54-74. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/15432
This chapter builds on research on the performance monitoring and evaluation (M&E)culture in Benin, Uganda and South Africa conducted throug...
Steyn Kotze, J. (2020) Viral (un) freedom in the era of Covid-19: it is all about openness and rapid response. (Paper presented at HSRC webinar: On democracy and authoritarianism: systems, ideologies, freedom and vulnerabilities in the era of COVID-19, 15 April). http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/13225
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Pienaar, G. & Cosser, M. (2020) Report on a scoping study on the potential added value of the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative (CoST) in South Africa: final report. (Commissioned by the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative (CoST), January). http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/15266
The 2018 Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) published a full list of key infrastructure projects and has promised greater transpare...
Sobane, K. & Lunga, W. (2020) Developing a targeted behavioural change communication strategy for a linguistically and culturally diverse community. In: Weingart, P., Joubert, M. & Falade, B. (eds).Science Communication in South Africa: reflections on current issues. Cape Town: African Minds. 73-95. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/15110
Social and behavioural change communication (SBCC) as a domain in health communication is increasingly being recognised as a valuable tool f...