WHO ARE WE?

A Policy and Research Think Tank

The Centre for Alternative Policy Research and Innovation (CAPRI) Sierra Leone, is an autonomous Think Tank, whose research based focus is on providing policy advice, ideas, insights and solutions to local and national politicians, policy makers, development partners and other interested institutions and persons working in, and on Sierra Leone in relation to matters of public policy.

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WHY WORK WITH US

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE

Our multi-disciplinary team is available to work with public, academic and third sector organizations in the development of research and policies to tackle complex scientific and policy questions and challenges. Drawing on a global network and modern approaches to policy planning and implementation, our team aspire to fully support our partners and collaborators achieve their goals.

PROFESSIONALISM

With decades of individual and collective experience, our team come with unsurpassed capabilities and expertise on Sierra Leone’s socio-economic and political landscape. Underlining our work are principles of professionalism, mutual respect, integrity and accountability. At CAPRI, we combine our unique understanding of Sierra Leone’s complex political economy, with the specific needs of the public good, partners and collaborators to influence policy and development outcomes.

RESULTS DRIVEN

At the heart of what we do at CAPRI is our ability to set clear and accurate goals in meeting our targets and those of our partners and collaborators. Effectively setting goals, allows us to make expectations clear right from the outset of project development.  This prevents confusion, while focusing on performance to meet or even exceed expectations.

 

OUR VALUED PARTNERS

Current & Past

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CENTRE (IDRC)

OPEN SOCIETY INITIATIVE FOR WEST AFRICA

GERMAN AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

 

CONTACT US

 

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