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UNESCO: Co-designing science in Africa: first steps in assessing the sustainability science approach on the ground (Äthiopien, Kenia, Ruanda, Tansania und Uganda)

Erscheinungsdatum: 30.05.2019 Länderberichte und -studien

In accordance with its mandate, UNESCO, with the support of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), initiated a pilot project to develop and mobilize the capacities of five developing countries to participate in the Future Earth Initiative. The findings of this project are presented in this publication.

This publication shall provide useful evidence supporting the need for multistakeholder discussions on how best to foster integrated, collaborative and action-oriented research to address interdependent and complex sustainability challenges in the five countries studied in Africa – Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda − and beyond.

  • Ethiopia National Science, Technology and Innovation System: page 81 ff.
  • Kenya National Science, Technology and Innovation System: page 110 ff.
  • Rwanda National Science, Technology and Innovation System: page 143 ff.
  • Tanzania National Science, Technology and Innovation System: page 174 ff.
  • Uganda National Science, Technology and Innovation System: page 204 ff.
Quelle: Webseite Redaktion: von Sonja Bugdahn, DLR Projektträger Länder / Organisationen: Äthiopien Kenia Ruanda Tansania UNESCO Themen: Bildung und Hochschulen Förderung Grundlagenforschung Information u. Kommunikation Innovation Netzwerke Strategie und Rahmenbedingungen Wirtschaft, Märkte

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