October 22, 2013

Policy Dialogue On Improving Health And Education Outcomes In Africa

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On November 4, 2013, CSEA is hosting a Policy Dialogue in collaboration with Global Development Network (GDN) and the results for Development Institute (R4D) U.S.A titled “Making Smarter Policies-Improving Health and Education outcomes in Africa.

The event is part of the multi-country Strengthening Institutions to Improve Public Expenditure Accountability (SIIPEA) project which seeks to enhance public expenditure management in critical social sector across 14 developing countries, including Nigeria.

The Policy Dialogue will feature presentations on Health and education by African researchers and think-tanks, and is expected to stimulate debates among senior African policy makers on improving health and education policy outcomes on the continent.

Other stakeholders in civil society, the research community, the media, the private sector and donor agencies will also be participating in the Policy Dialogue.

For more details on this event, kindly contact us on 092914822, 092914820

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