• 7th IPAR-Rwanda Annual Research Conference, Kigali, February 22, 2018.
  • 7th IPAR-Rwanda Annual Research Conference, Kigali, February 22, 2018.
  • 7th IPAR-Rwanda Annual Research Conference, Kigali, February 22, 2018.
  • 7th IPAR-Rwanda Annual Research Conference, Kigali, February 22, 2018.
  • 7th IPAR-Rwanda Annual Research Conference, Kigali, February 22, 2018.
  • Stakeholders’ Workshop on Fostering a Social Practice Approach to Adult Literacies for Improving People’s Quality Of Life In Western Rwanda.
  • Stakeholders’ Workshop on Fostering a Social Practice Approach to Adult Literacies for Improving People’s Quality Of Life In Western Rwanda.

Welcome to the official website of the Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (IPAR-Rwanda). The IPAR-Rwanda is the leading independent, not-for-profit research and policy analysis Think Tank in Rwanda. It became fully functional in 2008 with the support of the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) and International Development Research Centre (IDRC). The IPAR mission is to enhance evidence-based policy making through research and policy analysis to improve policy and impact change in Rwanda, We aim at becoming an independent internationally recognised Research, and Policy Analysis Centre that promotes a culture of dialogue and debate in Rwanda.

This website provides fundamental information on our vision, strategic objectives, values, research areas, on-going projects, publications, research partnerships and opportunities.  Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to a continued engagement with you.

 Ms. Eugenia Kayitesi, Executive Director 

FEED THE FUTURE AFRICA GREAT LAKES COFFEE SUPPORT PROGRAM

Michigan State University in partnership with IPAR-Rwanda are undertaking the Feed for the Future Africa Great Lakes Coffee Support program, a three year funded USAID project that aims to implement an integrative program of collaborative research, policy engagement and producer capacity building in the Great lakes Region of Africa to control potato taste defect (PTD) and improve coffee productivity.


IPAR-Rwanda will implement project activities focused on coffee farmers, notably their cost of production and the determinants of farmer incentives to invest in their coffee plantations. IPAR-Rwanda will also collect and analyze data on the coffee washing stations where the sampled producers process their cherry.


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RESEARCH THEMES

  • Agriculture, Rural Development and Settlements
  • Social Development
  • Governance
  • Economic Growth and Transformation
  • Environment and Natural Resources Management

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CONTACT US

P.O.Box 6005
Kigali-Rwanda
Tel: (250) 789099704
Street KG 627 St Building 4

E-mail:info@ipar-rwanda.org