Promise Nduku is a researcher at the Africa Centre for Evidence (ACE) based at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. He holds an MCom development economics degree from the University of Johannesburg and is currently pursuing a PhD in health economics at the same institution.
His work involves conducting, supporting, and planning external and internal empirical research concerning evidence-informed decision-making, including evidence syntheses, evidence networks, mechanisms for evidence use, among others. He has been involved in the production of more than 15 evidence synthesis products including evidence maps and systematics reviews across different sectors.
An ardent supporter of embracing sustainable development, particularly inclusive growth, as an effective tool for poverty and inequality reduction. He is enthusiastic about continuously learning new ways to contribute to poverty and inequality reduction. Not only is Promise passionate about health, education, and development, but he is also a budding urban agriculturist. His passion project includes growing a vegetable patch at his Johannesburg home.
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