This case study is part of a series which shares learning from DFID-funded research programmes about what works and what the challenges can be in research uptake. It is suggested that the practical nature of AFCAP’s research and its outputs, which are tangible and visible, may have facilitated uptake beyond what might be expected by research programmes in other disciplines. However, many of the principles and activities are likely to be relevant to other types of programme, albeit with some adaptation.
Anon. African Community Access Programme: Getting research into use. Research Uptake Case Study. DFID, UK (2013) 2 pp.