What we do

The Centre for Implementation Science (TCIS) facilitates and supports national and private sector partners to develop and implement strategies which increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the Nigeria social, health and financial systems for organizational change and system transformation. In the process, TCIS facilitates and supports national partners to make what is possible in theory a reality in practice towards national development.
TCIS research into more efficient ways of achieving organisational effectiveness through reviews of the structures, processes and practices in the different organisations to identify and diagnose the factors that enable or hinder effectiveness and synthesises the evidence-base to translate theory to practice, and advocate for the development of policies and strategies that would enhance national development.
We enhance the integrity and sustainability of our corporation through excellent business practices anchored on the optimum ethical values and standards.

Data Analytics for service delivery and sustainable development

TCIS deploys its assets and expertise to collaborate with public sector organisations to co-create, co-develop and co-implement strategies on data integration, analytics and visualisation to generate valid business intelligence and other evidence-base to inform enhanced decision-making. Collaboratively, we inspect, cleanse, transform and model the data to generate valid business intelligence and other evidence-base. In turn, we communicate the generated information clearly and efficiently via appropriate dashboards to support timely evidence-based decision-making by our clients.
TCIS works towards ensuring eventual harmonisation of data and envisions a time where existing databases/ data software are interoperable such that data is easily accessed to inform learning. TCIS supports prompt data documentation, collation, analysis, reporting and use, and advises on appropriate measures to ensure data quality by checking for common data quality issues such as homogeneity, completeness, reliability, accuracy and consistency to ensure credibility, impartiality and independence of the any assessment result, and ultimately the usefulness of the findings and recommendations. TCIS also produces dynamic reports for easy data reporting. These reports provide different combinations of maps, table and charts depending on the needs of the reporter.

Enhancing governance and organisational change

TCIS experts facilitate and enable individuals, institutions, and societies to develop and enhance their ability to set and achieve objectives, perform functions and solve problems in a sustainable manner.
TCIS conducted the mandate and stakeholder mapping for the operationalisation of the Presidential Committee on the North East Initiatives (PCNI) as an interagency collaboration and coordinating entity for the Buhari Plan. Also, TCIS supported the Federal Ministry of Budget and National Planning on second round monitoring of the global partnership for effective development cooperation; and the Federal Ministry of Health on enhancing the effectiveness of the Health Partners’ Coordinating Committee. TCIS has worked with government ministries such as the Federal Ministry of Health and the Federal Ministry of Budget and National Planning formerly known as the National Planning Commission providing technical assistance in systems transformation and the second round monitoring of aid effectiveness in Nigeria.

Strenghtening resilience in fragile states and complex adaptive systems

Facilitating Private sector development