African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS)
Réseau d'études sur la politique technologique en Afrique
Successor to Eastern Africa and Southern Africa Policy Studies Network (EATPS) and West African Technology Policy Studies Network (WATPS). Secretariat originally housed at E-XE0390 - International Development Research Centre (IDRC), 1994, with subsequent transition from Focal Points to National Chapters.
Improve the understanding and functioning of science, technology and innovation (STI) processes and systems to strengthen the learning capacity, social responses and governance of STI for addressing Africa's development challenges, with a specific focus on the Millennium Development Goals.
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Board of Governors. Main sub-regions: Southern Africa; Eastern Africa; Western Africa; Francophone Africa. Board Committees (3): Administrative; Fundraising; Finance. Responsible STI Advisory Committee; Secretariat, led by Secretariat Management Committee (SMC).
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