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Research Unit: Current Project 1

Title: SEND-Ghana Case Study on the Monitoring of the Ghana School Feeding Programme
Client: International Budget Partnership/SEND Ghana
Date: May 2011 - On going
Brief Description:
SEND-Ghana, using its Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (PM&E) Framework, engaged with the school feeding programme of the Ghana government from 2007-2010. As part of the project, SEND-Ghana, 50 District Assemblies, 50 Focal NGOs and 50 District Citizens Monitoring Committees collectively monitored the performance of the Ghana School Feeding Program.

The information gathered from the exercise is being used to engage with district assemblies and national level officials directly, and also indirectly through the media, thus improving the programme implementation as well as the monitoring. The International Budget Partnership (IBP) and SEND-Ghana have commissioned PDA to conduct research and write a case study on SEND-Ghana’s campaign.

Current Project 2

Title: Research Briefs for the Evidence Based Policy in Development Network (EBPDN)
Client: Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
Date: July 2010 - On going
Brief Description:
PDA has been commissioned to put together six research briefs to be uploaded onto the EBPDN Africa platform for discussion by network members. PDA is identified resources, researching and writing up background notes on the following relevant topics:

  • Policy research capacity in Africa
  • Policy processes in Africa (theory and practice)
  • Research communications
  • Capacity building for research based policy influence
  • Advocacy and communications
  • Knowledge management
  • Policy Research Network
  • M&E of policy research organisations, research and influencing work

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