Dr. Okwen Patrick Mbah wins Robert Boruch Award of Campbell Collaboration!
We are thrilled to share groundbreaking news with you!
Dr. Okwen Patrick Mbah, the CEO of eBase Africa, has won the esteemed Robert Boruch Award of the Campbell Collaboration. This prestigious award recognizes Dr. Okwen's exceptional contributions to evidence-based policy and practice. He has implemented groundbreaking strategies to promote evidence-based decision-making, including the evidence-based translation method known as Evidence Tori Dey. This innovative approach uses creative art forms to convey research evidence in a non-confrontational manner that encourages behavioural change.
Additionally, Dr. Okwen has led the adaptation of the Education Endowment Foundation's teaching and learning toolkit, broadening evidence-based knowledge to incorporate research from low- and middle-income countries. He has conducted individual research on menstrual hygiene interventions, cash transfers, and corporal punishment to customize the toolkit approaches to the local context.
Dr. Okwen's groundbreaking work has brought evidence-based policy and practice to the forefront, and this award is a testament to his dedication, expertise, and accomplishments.