Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis

Founding Year: 1995

Staff: 40

Budget: $26m

Tebogo B. Seleka (Executive Director)

A research center dedicated to Botswana’s “national policy formulation landscape and its mandate is defined by the following five elements: Economic research and policy analysis; institutional capacity building; professional training; networking and public education.” They provide “evidence-based socio-economic policy advice and related capacity building.”

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Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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