Peers are assembled to examine a specific context and make recommendations based on their experience and expertise. The meeting(s) consists of analyzing the situation among peers, discussing approaches, solutions and recommendations, drafting a ‘to-do list’ for follow-up action and receiving immediate feedback.
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Policy Help Desk
How does the policy helpdesk work?
Our policy helpdesk aims to provide you with answers to any type of question or challenge you might face in The Gambia’s COVID-19 recovery policymaking. Based on your request, our experts will analyze, collect and provide you with a set of resources, ranging from inspiring good practices from across Africa to policy briefs, webinars and contacts of relevant people. Each response is tailor-made to answer your request in detail.
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How does a matchmaking session work?
A matchmaking session lasts around two hours and is a thematic discussion hosted by the Secretariat and moderated by an expert in the field. The discussions are designed around the policy needs and questions that you put forward. These meetings can be organized in-person and online. They are a great opportunity to meet like-minded peers and get inspiration from good practices from around the world.
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