The Nigeria programme has so far pursued a combination of three research uptake strategies which have proved effective. Namely, these are:
- Multi-stakeholder networking;
- Leveraging programme impact through engagement with national policies, institutions, processes and priorities; and
- Collaborating with other development agencies working in Nigeria to maximize impact and avoid duplication of effort.
This report briefly describes each of these strategies and explains how they have been applied or will be applied in Nigeria, and the observed effects and lessons learnt so far or expected.