Think tank

Southern African Institute for Policy and Research

SAIPAR

Lusaka, Zambia

The Southern African Institute for Policy and Research (SAIPAR) is an independent, educational research and development oriented research centre. Through interdisciplinary research, publications, seminars, and dialogue facilitation, the Institute contributes to improved policy making, research capacity, and governance. SAIPAR focuses on law/legal rights, economics and social/political change. Activities: research projects, publications and open access data (legal and economic information), capacity building in research, interdisciplinary conferences.

Contact details

Website:
www.saipar.org

Address:
Box 36634 Lusaka, Zambia

Country:
Zambia

Sub-region:
Eastern Africa

Areas of focus

Organisation details

Business model
Non-profit
Institutional affiliations
Independent
Year founded
2011
Age (years)
Southern African Institute for Policy and Research
 10
Zambia average
 17
Global average
 31
Founded by
Founders: Prof. Muna Ndulo, Prof. Manenga Ndulo, Prof. Kalombo Mwansa, Dr. Marja Hinfelaar
Founder gender: Both male and female founders
Leadership
Leader(s) (2020): Prof. Manenga Ndulo
Leader gender: Male
Leader(s) (2019): Prof. Manenga Ndulo
Leader gender: Male
Staff size
2019
Southern African Institute for Policy and Research
 12
Zambia average
 12
Global average
 120
% Female staff
2019
Southern African Institute for Policy and Research
67% 
Zambia average
67% 
Global average
42% 
% Female researchers
2019
Southern African Institute for Policy and Research
32% 
Zambia average
32% 
Global average
34% 

Organisational performance

Publications
2018
Southern African Institute for Policy and Research
 18
Zambia average
 18
Global average
 6,666
Financials
2018
Southern African Institute for Policy and Research
 $150,000
Zambia average
 $150,000
Global average
 $60,523,670

Social

Likes (2019)
Southern African Institute for Policy and Research
 1,378
Zambia average
 28,237
Global average
 24,405

Data notes

Last updated: 04/05/2020
Rating of data accuracy (find out more): Authenticated
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