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African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS) 2017

Recirculate : Driving Eco-Innovation In Africa : Capacity Building For A Safe Circular Water Economy

Safe Circular Water Economy Africa

African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS)

Titre : Recirculate : Driving Eco-Innovation In Africa : Capacity Building For A Safe Circular Water Economy

Région/Pays : Afrique

Date : 2017-2021

Descriptif
The project will be implemented through research and training which will be delivered in UK and Africa. Phase one Partners include : University of Benin, Nigeria ; Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Ghana and Lancaster University, Ghana Campus. Phase two partners are : Botswana International University of Science and Technology, African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS), National Commission for Science and Technology Malawi ; and Copperbelt University, Zambia.

Objectifs
* To understand how African eco-innovation systems work, how they differ from European models, and what new innovations would be needed to achieve SDGs 8 and 13.
* To grow the capacity and capability in Africa’s eco-innovation community by developing and promoting new innovations through better-skilled people
* To establish African research organizations as ‘anchor’ institutions that drive and sustain change.
* To enable African researchers to co-design ambitious eco-innovation projects aimed at delivering a safe circular water economy for Africa
* To develop a long-term strategy to maintain and expand the scope and remit of the UK, Africa knowledge transfer on eco-innovation for achieving SDGs.

Mise en œuvre : African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS)

Financement : Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), UK
Project Value : GBP 6.8 million

African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS)

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