Research & Policy Analysis

As one of its mandates, the Institute of Policy Analysis and Research(IPAR-Rwanda) conducts research and analysis on public policies with the goal to inform proper policy formulation and implementation. Our core areas of focus include Agriculture, Rural...

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Public Policy Dialogue & Debate

IPAR-Rwanda organizes public policy debates in which different stakeholders discuss issue of public concern and come up with recommendations. We organize the annual research conference through which new evidence on policies is presented to the distinguished...

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Research Capacity Building

Capacity building and knowledge transfer is very important in public policy analysis and research. Due to the limited number of researchers in Rwanda, IPAR-Rwanda recruits and trains junior researchers fresh from University. They start as research assistants...

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EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR

Dr. Martin RUZIMA is our Employee of the Year 2021. Dr. RUZIMA joined IPAR-Rwanda on March 1, 2019 as a Research Fellow. He holds a PhD in Economics from Annamalai University (India), M.A. Applied Economics from Annamalai University (India), M. Com [Finance] from Madurai Kamaraj University,...

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Encouraging More Women To Become Career Researchers

According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization(UNESCO), women make up 30% of researchers globally, leaving most of research work to men. Although in some countries like Bolivia women make up 63% of the researchers, in some other countries, for example France...

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Ethics and Gender Training

ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC The Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (IPAR-Rwanda) in partnership with the University of Aberdeen and Kivu International with support from the International Development Research Center(IDRC) is conducting a training on Research Ethics, Gender and...

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