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AKADEMIYA2063 Knowledge Products

AKADEMIYA2063 is an Africa-based non-profit research organization with headquarters in Kigali, Rwanda and a regional office in Dakar, Senegal. Its mission is to provide data, policy analysis, and capacity-strengthening support to enable African countries to achieve the African Union’s Agenda 2063 goals of inclusive and sustainable development and economic prosperity. AKADEMIYA2063 conducts strategic analysis to address emerging and time-sensitive topics and to fill knowledge gaps on priority issues faced by Africa. Our research findings, AKADEMIYA2063 Knowledge Products, are published in flagship reports and other research publications to support evidence-based decision-making toward accelerating Africa’s broader development goals.

 06/17/2021

Launching the African Agriculture Watch (AAgWA)

AKADEMIYA2063 has proudly launched its newest platform: Africa Agriculture Watch. Under this initiative,...

 06/17/2021

COVID-19 webinar: Assessing COVID-19 Spatial Vulnerability in Mozambique

On May 28, AKADEMIYA2063 research team and South Africa ReSAKSS nodes presented their findings and analysis on COVID-19 Vulnerability in...

 06/17/2021

AKADEMIYA2063 Capability Statement

Established a year ago, in July 2020, AKADEMIYA2063 is an Africa-based non-profit research organization with mission to provide data, policy analysis and...

 06/17/2021

Food System Transformative Integrated Policy project

The Food System Transformative Integrated Policy is supported by the African Population Health Research Centre, AKADEMIYA2063, Alliance for a Green...

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AKADEMIYA2063 ON THE UKRAINE CRISIS

Predicting Food Crop Production in Times of Crisis: The Case of Wheat in Zambia

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With the numerous challenges related to agricultural trade that many countries currently face, ...
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The Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Impacts on Commodity Markets in Uganda

Brief 19
Ukraine and Russia are major players in the global grain, fertilizer, oil, and natural gas markets ...
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The Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Impacts on Commodity Markets in Kenya

Brief 18
This brief analyzes the short-run effects of the Ukraine Russia crisis on commodity prices across local ...
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Predicting Food Crop Production in Times of Crisis: The case of Wheat in Mozambique

Brief 17
With the many challenges related to agricultural trade that countries currently face, it is important for ...
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AKADEMIYA2063's RESOURCES ON COVID-19

Mapping community vulnerability to identify potential major hot spots

Workstream 1

The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted lives across the globe in just a few months. And yet, there are no...

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Tracking food staples price changes and their impact on food and nutrition security

Workstream 2

The pandemic is likely to be more disruptive to local food markets and thus have more serious effects on the...

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Food production systems disruption and effects on communities and the national economy

Workstream 3

From effects on access to seeds and fertilizers, limited movement of goods, declining demand, to labor...

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Global trade disruption and the effects on economic growth and livelihoods

Workstream 4

The pandemic has not left a single region of the world untouched. Its disruptive effects have equally reached...

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Mission and Vision

AKADEMIYA2063’s overall mission is to create, across Africa and led from Rwanda, state-of-the art technical capacities to support the efforts by the Member States of the African Union to achieve the key goals of the agenda 2063 of transforming national economies to boost growth and prosperity.

Our History

AKADEMIYA2063 was established to continue and expand the portfolio of policy research and capacity strengthening support for the implementation of the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) which was initiated and incubated by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) over the past 15 years.