Despite being a relatively young institution, the IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute team comprising advisors, mentors and researchers is very expansive. This brings together their experience, expertise and enthusiasm, which we believe is necessary to undertake and succeed in any activity.
The IMPRI Capability Document (early 2020) humbly details the capabilities of Impact and Policy Research Institute (IMPRI) as a think tank pursuing evidence-based and action-based policy research. It lists the projects undertaken by the Institute, provides a snapshot of some articles published along with the thematic areas of our work.
Below is the pitch for IMPRI as a startup research think tank:
Thus, the business of IMPRI rests on research projects, grant awards, fundraising for thematic issues, programs and advocacy, events, degree programs, consultancy, on-demand services, customized projects, etc. Our potential partners include all levels of governments and administration, multilateral organizations, non-government and research organizations, and corporate entities – both domestic and international. Our key deliverables would be to fulfill their precise requirements such as research support, analysis, conducting studies, monitoring, evaluation, and impact assessment of various policies and programs to ensure accountability, transparency with the aim to be humanitarian drivers of sustainable prosperity for all.