Ghana’s IMANI Center for Policy and Education (IMANI) has been ranked the most influential think tank in Ghana and second most influential think tank in Sub-Saharan Africa, for the second year running, by the The Lauder Institute of The University of Pennsylvania in its latest publication on the performance of think tanks globally.
The Lauder Institute and its partners monitor and maintain the largest, most comprehensive database of over 6,500 think tanks globally.
Globally, IMANI has chalked some successes by ranking high in various areas. It is ranked the topmost Education Policy Think Tanks in Africa. IMANI is also the number one African think tank with the Most Innovative Policy Ideas/Proposals.
In addition, IMANI leads the African think tanks to watch rankings, twelve of them out of 101 ranked globally.