A helpdesk to accelerate the use of evidence by policymakers and practitioners in West Africa

In sub-Saharan Africa, evidence-informed decision-making is constrained by many factors related in one way to the quality of available evidence, which may be fragmented, outdated, and inappropriate, and in another way to the lack of capacities of potential evidence users to source, extract, understand and mainstream evidence into concrete decisions. Yet, evidence is essential to help policymakers and practitioners (non-governmental…

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