To draw on an unparalleled breadth of synthesized evidence and context-specific knowledge by producing briefs and conducting policy dialogues to impact policy agendas and action.
To be a leading hub for strengthening public policy and practice and improving health outcomes in the Arab world through collective problem solving.
- Support and build Knowledge Transaltion (KT) capacity of research networks, civil society, researchers, policy makers and the media including capacity of health policy making institutions;
- Inform the production, packaging and sharing of evidence from public health research in an objective manner and based on current and emerging policy making priorities;
- Inform policy making in an objective manner using the best available evidence that can be prepared and packaged given time and resource constraints;
- Develop and test models for KT that are culturally appropriate, relevant, and effective for the region.