In this publications section, we provide a flavour of some published research. We address a myriad of development concerns from an interdisciplinary perspective. Our proposition is that doing development requires evidence based data, amplified by robust evidence, which, in turn informs policy. From a literary lens, we undertake a deconstruction of development by situating the contextual realities, through concrete and epoch analysis. We welcome your read and your take on these development perspectives we have attempted to address. Your input and debate (The Debate) is highly solicited, so together, we can generate insightful information pieces to inform policy design and implementation.
Development in Cameroon – Youth Advocacy Project
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