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Stories of Change

COMPELLING EVIDENCE? IT COMES IN MANY SHAPES AND SIZES

Sandy Oliver, Professor of Public Policy at UCL Institute of Education and Distinguished Visiting Professor at University of Johannesburg
Sandy Oliver, Professor of Public Policy at UCL Institute of Education and Distinguished Visiting Professor at University of Johannesburg
AEN MEMBER ORGANISATION WINS AWARD AFTER KEY INTRODUCTION

Ruth Stewart, director at Africa Centre for Evidence (ACE) and chairperson of the Africa Evidence Network (AEN)
Ruth Stewart, director at Africa Centre for Evidence (ACE) and chairperson of the Africa Evidence Network (AEN)
THE BRAZILIAN COALITION FOR EVIDENCE: FOLLOWING THE STEPS OF AFRICA EVIDENCE NETWORK

Laura Boeira, executive director of Veredas Institute, Brazil
Laura Boeira, executive director of Veredas Institute, Brazil
EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES OFFER AN OPPORTUNITY TO DESIGN IMPACTFUL EDUCATION INTERVENTIONS

Lesedi Senamele Matlala, researcher and evaluator at JET Education Services
Lesedi Senamele Matlala, researcher and evaluator at JET Education Services
EVIDENCE 2018: AN A-HA! MOMENT

Diana Warira, policy manager, Gender and Economic Agency Initiative J-PAL/IPA Kenya
Diana Warira, policy manager, Gender and Economic Agency Initiative J-PAL/IPA Kenya
THE AEN “CONNECTS PEOPLE AS PEOPLE”

Rhona Mijumbi, executive director at Center for Rapid Evidence Synthesis (ACRES), Makerere University
Rhona Mijumbi, executive director at Center for Rapid Evidence Synthesis (ACRES), Makerere University
ME BEFORE & AFTER THE AEN

Wiseman Ndlela, deputy director in the Department of Science and Innovation (DSI), South Africa and Africa Evidence Network Reference Group member
Wiseman Ndlela, deputy director in the Department of Science and Innovation (DSI), South Africa and Africa Evidence Network Reference Group member
AEN’S RESOURCES & NETWORK PROPELLED INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING

Ronald Munatsi, director of the Zimbabwe Evidence Informed Policy Network (ZeipNET)
Ronald Munatsi, director of the Zimbabwe Evidence Informed Policy Network (ZeipNET)
AEN’S AELA RECOGNISES, ELEVATES AND INSPIRES THE EVIDENCE COMMUNITY

Jennifer Mutua, M&E consultant, founder and former chair of the Evaluation Society of Kenya (ESK)
Jennifer Mutua, M&E consultant, founder and former chair of the Evaluation Society of Kenya (ESK)
AELA: RAISING LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL PROFILES

Ndi Euphrasia Atuh, researcher at Effective Basic Services (eBASE) Africa and co-director of Cameroon Consumer Service Organisation (CamCoSO)
Ndi Euphrasia Atuh, researcher at Effective Basic Services (eBASE) Africa and co-director of Cameroon Consumer Service Organisation (CamCoSO)
FROM COLLEAGUES TO FRIENDS: THE POWER OF AEN NETWORKS & COLLABORATIONS

Julian K, Bagyendera, executive director of Provide and Equip (P&E) Ltd, CEO of Molian Investments, Uganda
Julian K, Bagyendera, executive director of Provide and Equip (P&E) Ltd, CEO of Molian Investments, Uganda
ADDING WEIGHT TO VOICE

Kirchuffs Atengble, executive director at PACKS AFRICA, Ghana
Kirchuffs Atengble, executive director at PACKS AFRICA, Ghana
BEING SPOTLIGHTED: A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY!

Ekwaro Obuku, physician, researcher and health policy expert at College of Health Sciences, Makerere University and president of Uganda Medical Assoc.
Ekwaro Obuku, physician, researcher and health policy expert at College of Health Sciences, Makerere University and president of Uganda Medical Assoc.
AEN HELPS TAKE LOCAL WORK GLOBAL

Eric Ngang, researcher and environmentalist, Cameroon
Eric Ngang, researcher and environmentalist, Cameroon
FROM ACCIDENT TO DESTINY: LEARNING THROUGH THE AEN

James Kariuki, medical research officer at Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI)
James Kariuki, medical research officer at Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI)
INCREASED VISIBILITY THROUGH THE AEN & AELA

Frejus Thoto, executive director at ACED, Benin
Frejus Thoto, executive director at ACED, Benin
WINNING THE AELA ADDS “POSITIVE PRESSURE”

Mapula Tshangela, director at Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries, South Africa
Mapula Tshangela, director at Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries, South Africa
AEN MEMBERSHIP OPENS DOORS

Enock Musungwini, health management development specialist at International NGO
Enock Musungwini, health management development specialist at International NGO
THINKING DIFFERENTLY ABOUT DISSEMINATION OF EVIDENCE

Jean Providence Nzabonimpa, monitoring and evaluation expert at African Capacity Building Foundation,  specialised agency of the African Union
Jean Providence Nzabonimpa, monitoring and evaluation expert at African Capacity Building Foundation, specialised agency of the African Union
THE AEN SEES VALUE & TAKES RISKS

Rhona Mijumbi, executive director at Center for Rapid Evidence Synthesis (ACRES), Makerere University
Rhona Mijumbi, executive director at Center for Rapid Evidence Synthesis (ACRES), Makerere University
THINKING DIFFERENTLY ABOUT ONLINE ENGAGEMENT

Corey White, managing editor of FHI 360
Corey White, managing editor of FHI 360