Center for Development Policy,
Development actors in Africa will respond better to the needs of citizens when they believe and employ evidence and know how to use them.
What we exist for
Provision of evidence-based policy solutions and capacity building of organizations in Africa.
We pick development success stories, study them and benchmark policy alternatives and their outcomes, and recommend approaches to adapt best practices to other individual African countries.
Our Training Calendar
We facilitate cross-country learning
through benchmarking studies
Lessons from Africa.
We study policy alternatives, identify success stories and recommend their adaptation in other African countries.
We work with an extensive
Network of researchers and professional experts
from different re-known organizations and top universities in the world who collaborate with us in designing and implementing research projects, training and consultancy assignments.
Welcome to CDP
We seek to impact development through improved policy analysis and capacity strengthening
We exist to impact development through:
- Evidence-Based policy solutions
- Capacity strengthening
- Promotion of Brain Gain initiatives
We conduct policy-oriented research and capacity strengthening for African policy actors and implementers to facilitate rational policy decisions. We promote policy and economic analysis to contribute to policy decisions and program interventions.
April 17 to 17. April
Connecting Employability skills development with labour market demand and opportunities3:39 PM to 5:30 PM
March 28 to 28. March
Remittances, Inequality and Poverty in Rwanda8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
March 28 to 28. March
Effects of shocks on Labour Market outcomes in Rwanda8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Meet our People
We work with an extensive network of researchers, academics and practitioners from different renown organizations and top universities in the world in designing and implementing research projects, training and consultancy assignments.
Weather Shocks and Urban Livelihood Strategies: The Gender Dimension of Household Vulnerability in the Kumi
The Teso sub-region of Uganda suffered numerous weather shocks in the past, with devastating food security consequences. Using household fixed effects and propensity score matching methods, we analyse the impact of exposure to drought, flood and severe incidence of pests and diseases on household consumption
Would you like to start a project with us?
For specific program inquiries relating to our work in your country, please contact the field offices directly at the contacts number.