The third day of Africa Evidence Week has continued to be a celebration: from the @Africa_evidence account we've had 12700 impressions, 70 retweets, 84 likes, and 32 clicks per link. Some of the highlights from this busy day on Twitter include:
- Three blog posts including one on evidence and land reform in South Africa, a French post on experiences of promoting evidence-informed decision-making in the ECOWAS region, and a post about a fisheries project in Benin.
- Two short videos - one from another African emerging EIDM leader and one from me as the coordinator, sharing my personal highlights of the week so far.
- Resources shared by other organisations included our evidence landscape maps on the new AEN learning space and a Twitter conversation about maternal and child health evidence for policy-making in West Africa.
Some highlights coming up today include a pan-African meeting of evidence champions working in evidence-informed decision-making in Africa, a blog about bringing sunshine into Africa's homes, and a short animated video sharing the history of the Network.
Remember that the conversation is happening on Twitter until Friday - you can still join in by following #AfricaEvidenceWeek. Together, we'll show the world that #Africalovesevidence.
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