Adili believes that peaceful and secure communities are the foundation for sustainable development. Adili has extensive expertise supporting programming in...
Welcome To The Adili Institute
Working Towards The “Africa We Want”
Operational since 2015, Adili Institute – is a think tank and research and development organisation whose work contributes to advancements in research and analysis with the prime mission of empowering local communities understand policies and encourage demand for greater accountability from their leaders.
At Adili Institute, we work in partnership with to provide relevant research on public sector management, public administration, policy and governance with the aim of improving accountability and public awareness in the nuances of good governance within local communities.
A Place For You
We are committed to improving the lives of local communities
by giving them the tools to demand better accountability from their leaders.
OUR PASSION POINTS
Let Us Do Good
Healthy communities are productive communities. However, the gap and disparity in health services provision and access between rural and Urban...
Research and Analysis
Research and analysis form the backbone of its work and informs its interventions. Our research revolves around key political and...
Working to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 4 in addressing disparities in education between urban and rural communities in Africa. Adili’s...
Access to Information and Media Development
As part of our Global Health programmes, we work with adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) in a bid to...
Governance and Public Administration
Our governance and public administration project works to support and strengthen citizen participation and to improve citizens capacity to engage...
Environmental and Agricultural production
The link between the environment and agricultural production in Africa cannot be understated. Adili is working with communities most affected...
We hold regular and interactive community discussions
Join Adili Forums
By the end of 2017, 68.5 million people had been forcibly displaced as a result of persecution, conflict, violence or human rights violations.
Women’s participation in the labour force stood at 48 per cent in 2018, compared with 75 percent for men. Around 3 in 5 of the 3.5 billion people in the labour force in 2018 were men.
Almost 750 million women and girls alive today were married before their 18th birthday.
New Handbook on gender-responsive small arms control
GENEVA—Armed violence is a gendered phenomenon, and addressing it effectively requires programming that is gender-responsive. The Small Arms Survey’s new...
Women, Peace and Security Report
Most of today’s conflicts take place within states. Their root causes often include poverty, the struggle for scarce resources, and...
UN Resolution 1325
Resolution 1325 (2000) Adopted by the Security Council at its 4213th meeting, on 31 October 2000 The Security Council, Recalling...