Based on the evidence priorities that were identified during the Priority-Setting Workshops, an evidence synthesis will be conducted. Generally, this means both a synthesis of ‘international’ scientific evidence and evidence that is specific to the country of focus.
We will use different methodologies depending on the questions that will come forward.
The result of this phase is a presentation of the evidence that is available. In most cases we will use an evidence brief for policy that clarifies a) the problem, b) what is known about the problem and its solutions, and c) what policy actions may be considered. The next step is to organise a deliberative dialogue.