About IPPAM

Background

IPPAM is a response to the need to engender the impact of public policies as instrument for good governance and sustainable development. Our existence is underpinned by the overarching importance of knowledge – based public policy culture whose enablers include research, knowledge sharing and knowledge utilization.

Public policies set out the intent, plans and strategies of government in performing its constitutional role of ensuring the security and wellbeing of the citizens. All over the world, governments are expected to make economic, social, cultural, environmental and foreign policies that meet the development aspirations of the people.

Public policies are too crucial to be left in the hands of government alone. Though it is the traditional responsibility of the government to craft public policies, there is the crucial role for non-state actors to influence the content and direction of policies by participating in policy formulation, implementation and monitoring.

Independent policy think-tanks like IPPAM contribute to shaping policy debates towards enhancing the relevance and impact of public policies, This is happening in a context whereby Public Sector Management is increasingly influenced by private sector principles and the role of the “Third Sector”.



Our Mission

Our Mission

To support good and effective governance policies for the state and corporate sectors based on sound analysis, public advocacy and capacity building.

Our Vision

Our Vision

To become a foremost catalyst and platform for informed policy choices towards sustainable development in Nigeria and Africa.

Core Values

Economic Development

Commitment to a strong and enduring culture of integrity, industry and timelessness.

Corporate Address

Plot 136, Adetokunmbo Ademola Crescent
Wuse 2, F.C.T. Abuja
Nigeria

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Telephone: +234 (0) 803 566 3820

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Dec 22, 2015

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