As part of their research on agricultural investment in Uganda, the University of East Anglia conducted a series of consultations with local and national stakeholders. The aim – to gain feedback on the relevance of their research findings, test the applicability of their policy recommendations, and boost the overall likelihood of policy impact.
This report describes in detail how the researchers turned findings into recommendations, and how the various stages of stakeholder consultation influenced different elements of the project.
It includes a step-by-step illustration of the stakeholder engagement process, which is also available a separate infographic.
This is an output of the Department for International Development - Economic and Social Research Council ‘ funded Growth Research Programme’ (DEGRP)
Arjan Verschoor, Ben D’Exelle, Borja Perez-Viana, Joshua Balungira (2016) Co-producing policy recommendations: Lessons from a DEGRP project in Uganda
Published 31 January 2016