Public Policy Repository

Tools for Policy Analysis

Evidence-based policy-making relies heavily on good policy analysis skills.

Objective of the programme: This programme is designed to enhance learners’ skills in policy analysis.

Mode of delivery: The course takes three days of intensive learning and modelling experiments.

Learning outcomes: The policy analysis course expects its learners to be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes:

  1. Demonstrate understanding of policy analysis
  2. Distinguish “policy analysis” and “policy research”
  3. Locate policy analysis within the stages model of policy formulation
  4. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of analytical tools for policy analysis
  5. Apply skills and knowledge acquired to analyze the various policies, undertake forecasting and sensitivity analysis and make policy recommendations
  6. Communicate complex ideas clearly and persuasively in written and oral forms
  7. Apply policy analysis outputs to enhance policy engagements

Facilitation: The course will be administered by KIPPRA staff

Who should participate: This course targets policy analysts, researchers and bureaucrats who would like to horn their skills in policy analysis.

Capacity building Calendar

23rd
June, 2022

Policy Seminar

Banking sector performance
16th
June, 2022

Policy Seminar

Opportunities for Kenya in the USFTA
26th
May, 2022

Policy Seminar

Nexus between agriculture and tourism and its contribution to economic development in Kenya
19th
May, 2022

Policy Seminar

Election process and the economy
19th
May, 2022

Policy Seminar

Drivers of Sustaining Human Capital Development amidst COVID-19
28th
April, 2022

Policy Seminar

Innovation indicators
28th
April, 2022

Policy Seminar

IMF- WEO (seminar 2)
14th
April, 2022

Policy Seminar

Combined impacts of Covid-19, Locust and climate change and its implication on food security and nutrition in Kenya
31st
March, 2022

Policy Seminar

Doing business indicators
31st
March, 2022

Policy Seminar

Political parties’ manifestos and the national development agenda