The Institute of Public Policy and Administration (IPPA) was established in 2011 to strengthen public policy in Central Asia. It provides in-depth analysis of current and emerging policy issues facing the region and improves the analytical capacity of governments and civil society to use evidence in decision-making processes through professional development. IPPA produces series of peer-reviewed working and occasional papers in English and local languages and has published an English-Russian glossary covering key terms in public policy and administration, economics, and trade. Research findings are shared through regional fora and have helped to tailor training for senior civil servants. Web traffic data and citations tell us these resources are being used across Central Asia and beyond. The Institute also plays a key role in carrying out major national, regional, and local surveys.
More information can be found at http://www.ucentralasia.org