Rwanda's Electricity Boom and the Danger of Too Much Power - Working Paper 1
Our new Working Paper from TPP - Rwanda's Electricity Boom and the Danger of Too Much Power written by Dr Barnaby Joseph Dye. This discusses Rwandas energy production capacity and whether it's success is actually a problem.
FCDO governance programming in Nigeria: What difference has thinking and working politically made in practice? Working Paper 2
The UK’s engagements in Nigeria are a showcase for the gradual integration of a thinking and working politically (TWP) approach into development practice. This new Working Paper from the Policy Practice provides an overview of these nearly two decades of TWP mainstreaming - both successes and failures.
New Policy Brief - The PEA of pandemic prevention and preparedness in Africa
New Policy Practice Policy Brief - The Political Economy of Pandemic Prevention and Preparedness in Africa. Using a political economy perspective the policy brief asks why the health security agenda has been neglected in Sub-Saharan Africa and what can be done.
Beirut blast: restoring power is important, but so is restoring trust
The blast in Beirut has exposed Lebanon’s corrupt energy sector and therefore should be the starting point for a wholesale reform of a crippled political system to rebuild trust and ease rising public agitation. This blog explore it further.
Profile of WHO Director-General
Listen to Sarah Vaughan, Policy Practice principal and expert on Ethiopia, sharing insights into the background of Dr Tedros, WHO Director General. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jfpf