Science and Technology are becoming the most pervasive force in our global economy and modern society. The growth and ultimately the success of any economy in these modern times depend heavily on their investment and improvement in the fields of science and technology. The Nkafu Policy Institute is committed to increasing the effectiveness of Science and Technology education and subsequently encourage Africans to pursue careers in this domain. This is done through rigorous research and evaluation and training.

The rigorous research carried out in this domain is necessary to provide evidence-based policies for education policymakers and practitioners to use when answering crucial questions about program implementation, challenges, and solutions.

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Interventions for Non-Communicable Diseases

November 16th, 2022|Education & Health Policy, Health, Private Health Insurance, Publications|

The burden of non-communicable diseases in low and middle-income countries has been on the rise this last decade. Despite the health financing strategies in place in Cameroon, there is an urgent need to develop better financial protection policies addressing non-communicable diseases (NCDs) as they count for more than 31% of the mortality rate in Cameroon and present a greater opportunity cost if left unaddressed. 

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