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We are a Dutch-African platform that promotes evidence-based policymaking on inclusive development in Africa through research, knowledge sharing and policy dialogue.

Latest News & Blogs

Getting specific to leave no one behind

"A 'Leave no one behind' agenda is not necessarily synonymous with a national development agenda." Homi Kharas and John McArthur elaborate on the specifics.

Cash transfers improve child nutritional status, but under which conditions?

A lack of integration of quantitative evidence on the overall effects of cash transfers leaves…

How do NGO and company partnerships for inclusive business work?

Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) builds a lot on engaging the private sector. But…

Moving forward in debates on inclusive development policies: INCLUDE’s renewed knowledge agenda

2018 was a stocktaking year for INCLUDE. With our members and network and at the…

Mind the gender gap: how can a gender-norm lens improve social protection outcomes for adolescents?

Social protection has been one of the main policy areas within INCLUDE’s knowledge agenda, resulting…

Latest Publications

Youth employment interventions in Ghana

Factsheet on African Policy Dialogue Youth employment interventions in Ghana’, led by Netherlands-African Business Council…

By Netherlands-African Business Council (NABC)
Productive and decent work for youth and women in Uganda

Factsheet on African Policy Dialogue ‘ Productive and decent work for youth and women in…

Education reforms in Kenya

Factsheet on African Policy Dialogue ‘Education reforms in Kenya’ led by People’s Action for Learning…

By People’s Action for Learning Network (PAL Network)
Democratic development-oriented local governance and economic transformation in Ghana

Factsheet on the African Policy Dialogue ‘Democratic development-oriented local governance and economic transformation in Ghana’,…

By Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS)
Cross-cutting issues in New Roles of CSOs for Inclusive Development

Cross-cutting issues identified based on a synthesis literature review and findings of the eight research projects under the 'New Roles of CSOs' programme.