On Monday, May 22, the Africa Evidence Network (AEN) is holding an intra-African exchange on evidence synthesis which will feature the work of the Africa Centre for Evidence at the University of Johannesburg, and the Africa Center for Systematic Reviews and Knowledge Translation at Makerere University. Speakers from both Synthesis Centres will reflect on and provide examples of the production and use of evidence synthesis to support pro-poor policy-making in Africa.
- Introduction to the AEN – Prof Ruth Stewart, AEN Chairperson, University of Johannesburg
- Evidence Synthesis and Use in Uganda – Dr Ekwaro Obuku, Co-Investigator, African Centre for Systematic Reviews and Knowledge Translation, Makerere University, Uganda
- Producing & Using Evidence Synthesis in South Africa – Mr Laurenz Langer, Evidence Synthesis Specialist, University Johannesburg
Venue: Library Auditorium, Auckland Park Kingsway Campus
May 22, 14:00-15:30