One lesson we have learned from your approach to life is that it is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness. You will forever be in our hearts and minds.
UNICEF and EPRI have launched on an operational research programme to explore the extent to which national social protection programmes are responding to the needs of individuals and households affected by HIV and AIDS.
We are excited to announce that this collaboration has resulted in UNICEF’s publication of the report HIV-sensitive Social Protection: State of the Evidence 2012 in sub-Saharan Africa, written by EPRI researchers. The report can be accessed on UNICEF’s website:
For more information on this important work, please visit EPRI’s web page on HIV-sensitive social protection:
The Economic Policy Research Institute has once again been recognized as the top ranked small think tank in Africa in the 2012 Global Go-To Think Tank Index.
We are also very proud to announce that we now rank 6th in the world in the category of “Top Think Tanks with Annual Operating Budgets of Less Than $5 Million USD”, one place up from last year.
The Economic Policy Research Institute has been recognized as the top ranked small think tank in Africa in the 2011 Global Go-To Think Tank Index. In 2011, EPRI also received the honour of being ranked 7th in the world in the category of “Top Think Tanks with Annual Operating Budgets of Less Than $5 Million USD”, one of only two African organizations to make the list. The Global Go-To Think Tank Rankings Report enjoyed a joint launch in January, 2012 at the United Nations University in New York City and at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Over two hundred diplomats, foundations, and think tanks attended these launches and hundreds of print and electronic media outlets will feature the Report’s findings. Continue reading EPRI Once Again Ranked as One of the Best Small Think Tanks in the World: 2012 Go-To Think Tank Awards