The African Innovation Outlook 2010 is published as the first in a series, intended to inform the people of Africa and other interested parties about Science and Technology Indicators activities in African countries.
The main objective of this mission was to learn more on the success and the challenges encountered by the various institutions in SADC with regard to the implementation of the NEPAD Nursing and Midwifery Education Project in Africa.
“Biosafety regulatory systems are essential in meeting critical needs for food and nutritional security in Africa”, Dr. Venancio Simao Massingue, Minister of Science and Technology in Mozambique said last week Friday
Participants from 21 African countries met for the release of the African Innovation Outlook 2010 and the launch of the second phase of the African Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators (ASTII) Initiative.
"STI hubs across universities will focus on specialist areas to drive the socio-economic sector and development on the continent", said Mrs Vera Ngosi, Director of the African Union, Human Resource Science and Technology Division.