eBASE seeks to integrate evidence into policy, programs, practice, and households for basic services.
We work with:
1. Policymakers, to facilitate evidence-informed policies and programs.
2. Practitioners, to ensure that they apply evidence-based practices and projects.
3. Households, to empower citizens to make evidence-informed choices.
We also provide training, mentoring, and guidance in producing and using research evidence.
In a quest to ensure sustainable interventions, eBASE implements projects along existing local health or education systems and incorporation of community participation in all project.
We focus on Five main axis:
eBASE seeks to make health services more effective through the use of the best available evidence and technologies in the evidence ecosystem.
We pledge to make sure that every child in middle Africa is able to read and count. We accomplish this by using research findings to inform educational policies and practices in teaching and learning.
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
We seek to promote access to portable water supplies in both urban and rural areas; environmental hygiene including proper waste disposal and developing knowledge on pollution within local settings.
Local governance cuts across our projects, particularly ensuring community participation, inclusion and voice in health, education and WaSH. This includes promoting community members to join local health management committees and dialogue structures within health systems; Parents Teachers Association in educational systems and water management committees for water projects.
Arts has been engrained in the African culture. We believe that all educational programs in Africa will benefit from an incorporation of arts.