PASGRPartnership for African Social and Governance Research (Nairobi, Kenya)
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Excellence is a brand in PASGR. It is an aspiration and a goal.
PASGR's focus is on production and dissemination of policy relevant research that is geared towards a vibrant African social science community to address the continent's public policy issues.
It's a very interesting thing because PASGR's researches are not meant to be put in an article and kept on the shelves.
Speaking on the rationale of the joint annual convening, the director, Higher Education Programme, PASGR and PedaL's team leader, Dr Beatrice Muganda, said it was an avenue for university teaching staff to share experiences, impact stories, consult peers, validate and track progress made in translating the PedaL training into pedagogical innovations in their classrooms.
Each time I work with PASGR, I learn something new.'
So, it is the same programme, awarded by each university and we at PASGR provide intellectual and strategic guidance in programme development; facilitate the network to share ideas, resources and expertise.
PedaL is a partnership of eight institutions led by PASGR. The others are: Africa Research Universities Alliance (ARUA); Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK; University of Ibadan; University of Ghana; University of Dar es Salaam; Egerton and Uganda Martyrs University.
PASGR works with resource persons from within the continent and beyond in all its programmes.