Researches And White Papers

Researches And White Papers

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Researching is one of our major services. We have the skills, expertise and manpower. If you have any research project, we will be more than happy to offer our services to help you succeed. As an organisation, all our projects are based on facts and figures that we arrive at after research. We have competence and proficiency in data collection, data analysis and report writing. We collaborate and corroborate facts and figures with professors and lecturers in academia as well as other professionals. See some of our researches below.



Our White Papers

A white paper is an authoritative statement on issues and policies based on expert knowledge, facts and research. It presents a problem and a tangible solution that is backed by expert knowledge, facts and research.

A white paper is meant to explain a substantive issue to a reader and make it easy for the reader to understand the problem at hand. Then it presents a tangible solution, based on facts and research, to argue that a specific proposed solution is the best way forward.

In that regard, periodically, TTCJN issues white papers on issues to state our position or give our view and suggest the best way forward. In each of our white papers, we combine expert knowledge from professors in academia as well as thorough research to explain a pending issue to the reader and to also show that our proposed solution is the best way forward in the matter. In some instances too, we analyze existing policy and critique it whilst suggesting a more workable alternative, based on facts and expert knowledge.

We Act Based On Facts & Figures

Our Researches And Projects

Our projects and programmes are always backed by research. In TTCJN, we don’t just choose our projects and start working on them. We carefully conduct thorough research on the subject matter and plan our projects carefully. Hence, our projects are backed by research and we usually issue white papers to support different aspects of our projects.

Our objective is to make as much impact as possible in all our areas of operation. Be it in our trainings, projects, programmes, causes or events, we always make sure that we are achieving great results. And we are able to do that because, we base all our actions and operations on facts and figures which we arrive at after research.

We also collaborate with other organizations and agencies to work on projects and we provide research services.

 Continentwide Impact: We impact several African countries including Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Zimbabwe

Group 1: Education

Group 1

Education is the first group of causes that we focus on. We see it as a very important SDG which has the ability to positively impact all the other focus areas that we want to tackle. It affects poverty positively, it reduces inequalities, improves maternal mortality and health etc. But in spite of all these positives, the UN estimates that, 617 children and adolescents lack minimum proficiency in reading and mathematics (ie, 6 out of 10 children and adolescents), and there is also a teacher shortage in Sub-Saharan Africa – 1.1 million teachers are needed in Sub-Saharan Africa for children to receive primary education.

Photo Of White Paper - Continentwide - Review Of Employment Outlook, Trends And Opportunities In Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa for some time now, has been the focus of most policy discussions in terms of partnerships and growth for the African continent in general. As the world’s youngest region, improving employment opportunities, especially for the youth, is very key because, it is one of the most effective ways to help people work their way out of poverty.

This research paper reviews the state of employment outcomes today, trends in the past 10 years, and the opportunities and challenges for employment policy in sub-Saharan Africa in the post-COVID-19 period. It identifies what is known about the drivers of these outcomes, and the consequences for Africa’s youth.

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Photo Of White Paper - Education - South Africa - Introduction Of Environmental Education

Through the Environmental Education Policy Initiative (EEPI), environmental education was included as a key principle in the government white paper on education and training. In this article we attempt to highlight the parallels between environmental education and Outcomes-Based Curriculum (OBE) and raise a critical debate around the institutionalization of environmental education in South Africa.

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