ISPR is the leading public policy research center that offers national and regional expertise to civil society groups, private sector and government in seeking appropriate approaches to address policy issues. Our approach is designed to provide technical support and guidance to policymakers through research work and embedding short, medium and long-term consultants to support them in specific areas of intervention. ISPR engages in periodic social, economic and governance research to bring evidence on programs and policy gaps to stakeholders’ attention to re-direct interventions so as to make impact in communities
ISPR implements governance programs aim at strengthening local and regional government institutions to deliver their mandates. We build inter-governmental as well as government to public relationship as foundation to strengthening public participation in governance and development programs.
Our goal is to become the leading policy research center that offers national and regional expertise to civil society groups, private sector and government in seeking appropriate approaches to address policy issues.
We offer customized capacity development trainings for civil society organizations, government and private sector so as to improve their institutional capacity to deliver their functions. Our capacity development activities are delivered through online, in-house and workshop trainings.
Institute of Social Policy and Research will be engaged in thematic and various consultancy services including but not limited to the below products. We have diverse, professional and experienced team of short-term and long-term consultants from both national and international pool that will handle assignments with utmost quality for our clients.
Our programs are tailored to support government, private sector and civil society institutions to build vibrant governance capacities through research, advocacy, policy development and evidence-based planning and budgeting process. Through our visual and online platforms policymakers, government, donors, civil society and private sector meet and engage the public in policy discussions, provide bottom-up engagement with communities on various social, economic and governance milestones and challenges to bridge the providers-beneficiaries’ relationship gaps.