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We combine expertise on policy, research and evaluation, working alongside governments, citizens and states to build successful digital societies.

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Advancing youth-centred digital ecosystems in Africa in a post-Covid-19 world

Looking at the barriers youth in Africa face in accessing digital technologies, we consider Covid-19’s impact and ideas to equip youth with digital skills.
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  1. Advancing youth-centred digital ecosystems in Africa in a post-Covid-19 world

    Working papers

  2. Improving youth livelihoods in the Ghana cocoa belt: an impact evaluation of the MASO programme

    Working papers

  3. Digital youth peacebuilding: why it matters

    Event

  4. Digital life and work: future-ready youth

    Event

  5. 10 things to know about misinformation and disinformation

    Briefing/policy papers

  6. Global consultation on youth and digital technologies in sub-Saharan Africa

    Event

  7. The digital safety net: citizens and technology in the age of Covid-19

    Event

  8. From data to decisions: how to promote evidence-based decision-making through external investments in country-led monitoring processes

    Research reports

  9. Booming Africa: young women and new digital societies

    Event

  10. Youth associations and cooperatives: getting young people into work

    Research reports

  11. Practical science for uncertain futures: using scenarios to improve resilience to earthquakes

    Working papers

  12. Homecoming: a story about how a strong earthquake affects a family with ‘left-behind’ children

    Toolkit/guidelines

  13. Creating an earthquake scenario in China: a case study in Weinan City, Shaanxi province

    Other

  14. Farmer-led irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa: building on farmer initiatives

    Briefing/policy papers

  15. Measuring the hard-to-measure in development: dimensions, measurement challenges, and responses

    Other

  16. ‘Learning partners’: overcoming the collective action dilemma of inter-organisational knowledge generation and sharing?

    Other

  17. What drives policy change in Nepal? A comparative analysis

    Research reports

  18. Creating opportunities for young women in Ghana’s construction sector: what works

    Briefing/policy papers

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