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Research Development

The organisation introduced a number of initiatives such as the revised Research Policy, fundraising strategy, AISA staff fellowship guidelines and digitisation of the Library to promote research and encourage staff to undertake research that is relevant to various audiences. Ongoing internal brainstorming sessions have enabled researchers to publish well informed, relevant and quality policy briefs, which were well-received by policy makers, researchers, government departments and private sectors. Policy briefs are posted on AISA’s website for the public and distributed to the Councils for Higher Education, Medical and Agricultural Research, all university librarians, Departments of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Basic and Higher Education and Training, Health, Environmental Affairs, Trade and Industry, Science and Technology, International Relations and Cooperation, Presidency, Minerals and Energy, and diplomatic missions of Uganda, Nigeria, Zambia, DRC, Ivory Coast and South Sudan amongst others.

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