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Evidence-Based Policy-making and Implementation (EBPMI) Course

There  is  increasing  pressure  on  policy-makers  to  develop  more  effective  policies  and  to direct  and  manage  resources  in  more  focused  and  efficient  ways.  To this end there is growing emphasis on the use of evidence to inform the policy making process. Evidence-informed Policy  Making  and  Implementation aims  to  use  evidence  in  a  more rational,  rigorous  and  systematic  manner,  in  order  to  ensure  that  policy  processes  are effective,  make  efficient  use  of  limited  public  resources,  have  a  demonstrable  impact, and are carried out in a manner that promotes transparency. This  drive  towards  the  use  of  evidence  in  policy  making and implementation is  not without  its  challenges.  After all, policy making occurs within an inherently political environment in which policymakers grapple with multiple social concerns and competing priorities.

Evidence-informed policy making draws on a broad range of evidence to inform the policy making and implementation processes. The Evidence Based Policy Making and Implementation  Course is designed  to  assist strategic  leaders  and  top  managers  in  the  public  service  to access,  assess  and  use evidence to  make  well  informed  decisions  about  policies,  programmes,  projects  and services and to improve government’s impact on society. It is adapted from the University of Cape Town course; designed to assist participants to use evidence to make well informed decisions about policies, programmes, projects and services and to improve government’s impact on society.

On 27th February to 1st March 2018, Uganda piloted their first Evidence Based Policy Making and Implementation course which was an executive course for strategic leaders and top managers in the public service. The course was covered in two days with Facilitators from the Department of Planning and Evaluations (DPME) South Africa, Makerere University and Office of the Prime Minister. The course was well received and appreciated by the Directors, of which more than 80 % attended from the list of invites. In the fourth quarter of 2018, Benin will pilot the course for the first.

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