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Research outputs: POLICY IMPLEMENTATION
2022 The Malabo Declaration and African Continental Free Trade Area: a case for supranational industrial policy
This policy brief argues a case for a supranational industrial policy, akin to mission-oriented policies, supporting the agriculture industr...Download this report
2022 How are global health policies transferred to sub-Saharan African countries?: a systematic critical review of literature
Most sub-Saharan Africa countries adopt global health policies. However, mechanisms with which policy transfers occur have largely been stud...
2022 Adoption and diffusion of advanced ICTs in South Africa's agricultural sector: policy issues and implications
Over the past few years, information and communication technologies (ICTs) have been fundamental innovations that have contributed to the gr...Download this report
In Uganda, healthcare services were made available to everyone in 2001, through the abolition of direct user fees for public healthcare serv...Download this report