Content in focus Scientometrics and STI Indicators as an Option for Improving Science and Technology Development in Africa African Development Bank’s Appraisal Mission at the ATPS ATPS Staff Participate in the Capacity Development Training for Utilizing the AFAAS Virtual Social Network Platform NEPAD Engages ATPS Experts in the Implementation of the Science Granting Councils’ Initiative in Sub-Saharan Africa Emergence of Inclusive Partnership for Strategic Action in Agro-Food Chains: Changes Realized in Cassava and Soya Value Chain in Ghana ATPS Conducts Training for Farmers and Extension Agents in Kenya on the Use of the LandInfo Mobile App. The Only Disability in Life is a Bad Attitude Soil Carbon Loss Mitigation: A Tool for Forest Conservation and Climate Change Mitigation ATPS Participates in the CAAST-NET Plus Workshop for Early Career African Climate Academics Grants Received by the ATPS during the Quarter New Appointments Scholarships/Opportunities
Content in focus ATPS Holds its 2016 Stakeholders’ ForumA Snapshot of the Proposed ATPS New Strategic Plan (2016-2020)You Are What You Eat: Demystifying Facts on Nutrition and Health PerspectivesHow can Value Chain and Value Chain Finance be made Functional in AfricaATPS Policy Study on Regulatory Harmonization of Veterinary Products’ Registration in East AfricaNigeria Launches a New Agricultural PolicyHinging the Vibrancy of ATPS Chapter on Linkages and Groomed Youth: Lessons from ATPS Uganda ChapterYouth and Entrepreneurship Automatic Solar Irrigation Management SystemKenya’s Roadmap towards the Implementation of SDGsKenyan Farmer Reaping Big from Banana Tissue Culture BusinessYouth Empowerment for Sustainable Development in Africa: The Role of AYFSTGoing Green: A Panacea for Climate Change Menace in AfricaMy Experience as an Intern at the ATPSAAIN to Drive Agribusiness Agenda in AfricaWhy Africa should put much Emphasis on Science, Technology and Innovation6th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (Nairobi Declaration)Grants Received by the ATPS during the QuarterScholarships/Opportunities
Video - Stakeholders discuss new strategy for the implementation of the ATPS's work from 2016-2020
Content in focus. How Can Science and Technology Policy be Formulated and Implemented in Africa?
The African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS) held its 2016 Stakeholders’ Forum on 29th July to review its current Phase VII Plan (2013-2018) and align it with Science, Technology and Innovation Strategy for Africa (STISA 2024) and the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) so as to serve its numerous stakeholders’ better. Mr. Chuma Ikenze, ATPS Board Member presented the proposed new strategic plan which aims to use Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) to address problems in Agriculture, Food and Nutrition, Health, Environment and Climate Change, and Energy.
Contents in Focus Hydropedalplane Invention – One of a Kind in the world ATPS collaborates with AUC in STISA 2024 implementation A spotlight on rural economics for STI development in Africa Capacity building on the use of agricultural innovations Unveiling the hidden wealth in Nigeria’s science and technology sector Gender in extension approaches Opportunities