The survey will involve questions pertaining to African scholars’ inclusion in research, and barriers/opportunities across different touch-points: higher education, training and mentorship, co-authorship and publication, and evidence use. Results from the study may 1) identify the mechanisms by which the inclusion of African scholars drives better research and policy outcomes; 2) identify the barriers to inclusion along the education to research to policy pipeline; and 3) test the effectiveness of various strategies designed to promote inclusion for African scholars.
Please consider taking this survey if you work in, fund, study, or conduct rigorous development-related research (e.g. economics, public health, quantitative social sciences, etc) that intends to inform policy.
The survey is anonymous, and should take about 30-45 minutes to complete. We provide the option to participate in a follow-up interview; in this case, we would ask for your name. We are interested in the responses from those living in sub-Saharan Africa as well as those from other regions.
The deadline to respond is February 15, 2024.
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