Who we are
The Eastern Africa Policy Centre was established to promote and widen the frontiers of social, economic, and individual freedoms within Eastern Africa through in-depth policy research and analysis. The Eastern Africa Policy Centre (EAPC) towards this goal, the . The immediate goal of the Institute is to educate, promote and spark debate on and around the importance of individual liberty and Free Market ideas, especially with regard to how these affect sustainable socio-economic development within the region. The EAPC seeks to become an important repository of information, especially in the areas of policy research and education and in linking public policy with policy outcomes.
To promote and widen the frontiers of social, economic, and individual freedoms within Eastern Africa through in-depth policy research and analysis
To be a premier Centre for Free-Market oriented and Liberal policy analysis, education and reform in Eastern Africa. EAPC endeavors to become a proactive tool for goal- and development-oriented policy reform while providing governments, organizations and individuals with evidence-based policy alternatives.
Eastern Africa Policy Centre (EAPC) was registered on 4th April, 2013 in Kenya as a non-profit, Think-and-do-Tank organization dedicated to educating the society on the benefits of economic, social and political freedom fostering public awareness of important policy issues concerning business, government and civil society. Through seminars, publications and articles, EAPC seeks to promote enlightened inquiry based on sound values. The formation of EAPC was driven by the need to establish a premier independent public policy think tank in Africa designed primarily to bridge the disconnect between public policy, policy outreach and policy implementation.