Effective Basic Services Africa (eBASE), is a Cameroon registered charity which seeks to make basic services more effective through use of research evidence in healthcare, education, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH) and Local governance.
eBASE implements projects based on evidence of their effectiveness, in cases where there is no valid research evidence a research is conducted to ascertain best approach.
eBASE has four permanent staff and twelve part-time research fellows and assistants working on part time bases in health, education, WaSH and local governance. It also utilises intern or post-graduate students to work as program implementers or data collectors.
eBASE has staff experienced in primary research, systematic reviews, clinical practice guidelines and clinical audits. One staff has had training in JBI methods for comprehensive systematic reviews and clinical audits. In project implementation, eBASE has worked with health development partners such as World Health Organization, World Bank, Cricket Without Boundaries and UNFPA.