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TECHNOPOLICY BRIEFS

Technopolicy Briefs Series are commissioned short papers written by experts from all over the world specifically to address current science and technology policy concerns and questions in Africa.

The briefs are also summaries of technical papers published under our WPS, SPS and RPS written to highlight significant policy recommendations. These briefs are written with the busy policymakers and non-specialists in mind. The materials are designed for general readership and help advance the advocacy and knowledge brokerage roles of the ATPS.

ATPS’s publications are mostly available as free PDF files. You will need to download and install the latest version of Adobe® Reader® to view these files

By Dr. Nicholas Ozor, Mr. Alfred Nyambane, 
Eco-innovation Policies for Sustainable Development in Africa

By Dr. Nicholas Ozor, Mr. Alfred Nyambane, 
Institutional Landscape for Eco-innovation Development in Africa

By Dr. Nicholas Ozor, Mr. Alfred Nyambane, 
Advancing Ecological Organic Agriculture in Nigeria

By Dr. Nicholas Ozor, Mr. Alfred Nyambane, Dr. Ernest Acheampong
Bridging Climate Information Gaps to Strengthen Capacities for Climate Informed Decision

By Dr. Nicholas Ozor, Mr. Alfred Nyambane
Embracing Open Contracting in Africa

By Geoffrey Boulton, Cheikh Loucoubar, Joseph Mwelwa, Muliaro Wafula, Nicholas Ozor, Maurice Bolo
The Digital Revolution, Open Science, and Innovation for Open Science Development in sub-Saharan Africa

By Julius Mugwagwa, Geoffrey Banda, Nicholas Ozor, Maurice Bolo, Ruth Oriama.
New Approaches for Funding Research and Innovation in Africa

By Banji Oyelaran-Oyeyinka, Bertha Vallejo, Banke Abejirin, Shruti Vasudev, Nicholas Ozor, Maurice Bolo
Towards-effective-PPP-in-research-and-innovation_A-perspective-for-SGCs-in-Africa.pdf

By Nicholas Ozor, Ernest Nti Acheampong, Alice Sena Lamptey, Dorothy Njagi
Improving the Relevance of University Training to Labour Market Demands in Africa

By Nicholas Ozor, Ernest Nti Acheampong, Dorothy Njagi
Developing Policies for Biodiversity Informatics in Sub-Saharan Africa

By Nicholas Ozor, Peggy Oti-Boateng, David Otuoma, Edwardina Ndhine
Mainstreaming Gender in the National Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) Policy of Kenya

By David M. Ndetei, Ann W. Mbwayo, Victoria N. Mutiso, Lincoln I. Khasakhala, Paul M. Chege
Traditional Healers and their Provision of Mental Health Services in Cosmopolitan Informal Settlements in Nairobi, Kenya

By Sissay B. Mekbib, Adesola O. Olaleye, Motlatsi N. Mokhothu, Masia Johane, Spirit B. Tilai and Taddese Wondimu
Machobane Farming System and its Relevance to Climate Change Policy in Lesotho

By Blessing Kaletapwa Farauta, Chukwudumebi Leticia Egbule, Yusuf Lawan Idrisa and Victoria Chinwe Agu
Policy Challenges of Climate Change and Adaptation in Northern Nigeria

By Gordon Akon-Yamga, Paul Boadu, Beatrice Darko Obiri, Joyce Amoako, Fatou Janha Mboob
Agricultural Innovations for Climate Change Adaption and Food Security in Ghana and The Gambia: Policy Options

By Ekwe Agwu Agwu, Chukwudumebi Leticia Egbule, Festus Onesimus Amadu, Teddy Amara Morlai, Emmanuel Topor Wollor and Leroy W. Cegbe
What Policy Options can Promote Agricultural Innovations for Climate Change Adaptation and Food Security in the West African Sub-region?

By Thaddeus Chidi Nzeadibe, Chukwudumebi L. Egbule, Nnaemeka A. Chukwuone and Victoria Chinwe Agu
What Policy Options can Promote Climate Change Awareness and Adaptation in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria?

By T. O. Dauda, L. S. Rikko, F. O. A. George, O. S. Fashola, J. J. Atungwu, S. O. Iposu, A. O. Shobowale and O. B. Osuntade; 
Emerging and Indigenous Technologies for Climate Change Adaptation in the Farming Systems of Southwest Nigeria: Issues for Policy Action

By Anselm A. Enete, Ignatius I. Madu, Josephat C. Mojekwu, Anthony N. Onyekuru, Elizabeth A. Onwubuya and Fidelis Eze
Indigenous Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change: Study of Southeast Nigeria

By Frederick K. Amu-Mensah, Emmanuel K. Tetteh and Joseph D. Chonia. 
Available at: technopolicy_brief_series_18.pdf

By Deepa Pullanikkatil, Spirit Tlali and Lefa Thamae
What are the Policy Implications for Industrial Water Pollution in Lesotho?

Maurice Bolo, Nancy M. Muthoka, Racheal Washisino, Virginia Mwai
Research Priorities for Kenya’s Cut-Flower Industry: Farmer’s Perspective

By African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS), Ministry of Communications, Science & Technology (MCST), Lesotho. T
Science & Technology and Food Security in Africa

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