The DRFN is a Namibian non-governmental sustainability organisation aiming to enhance decision-making for sustainable development through research, training and consultancy in the country’s land, water and energy sectors.
The DRFN provides objective, relevant and professional services supporting decision-makers of all walks of life – from communities to traditional and local authorities, to the highest decision-making bodies and individuals in government and the private sector – by developing, disseminating and implementing scientific, fact-based and analytical options that form the backbone of policy development, planning and implementation, thereby contributing to Namibia’s sustainable development. ... [according to site editor's information]
Le site web du Ministère de la Recherche Scientifique informe sur les "axes stratégiques" de la politique et ses programmes et projets. Un nombre de documents (loi, décrets, protocoles d'accord etc.) est téléchargeable. [rédaction ilissAfrica]
The CSIR undertakes directed and multidisciplinary research, technological innovation as well as industrial and scientific development to improve the quality of life of the country's people. It is committed to supporting innovation in South Africa to improve national competitiveness in the global economy. [according to site editor's information]
I.T.A is a Public Institution working in Food and Nutrition Research-development sector. Its mission is:
* to guide and coordinate research and studies concerning the treatment, the transformation, the conditioning, the conservation and the use of local foodstuffs, mainly with an aim of promoting the installation of corresponding industries.
* to develop new food resources derived from the local productions which have good food value and adapted to the consumer needs and purchasing power.
* to help control the quality of food at the stages of production, marketing, import and export.
* Participate at the training session of the Food Professionals. ... [according to site editor's information]
The main goal of the SAAIR is to benefit, assist, and advance institutional research leading to improved understanding, planning and operation of institutions of higher education. [according to site editor's information]
ATPS is a multi-disciplinary network of researchers, private sector actors and policy makers promoting innovative science and technology policy making through research, dialogue and advocacy in 23 African countries.The network provides modest grants to individuals and institutions to carry out research on issues of science and technology policy in sub-Saharan Africa.
The research results are disseminated to policy makers and other end-users through manuscript reports, published books, journal articles, workshops, conferences, policy dialogue and the Internet.
ATPS organizes and implements training activities targeted at policy makers, legislators, mid-level technocrats, researchers, and leaders in the private sector. ... [according to site editor's information]
ILRIG seeks to build the capacity of trade unions and social movements to pro-actively respond to the challenges of globalisation. Linked to this, we also aim to contribute towards the development of independent, democratic and participatory alternatives. ILRIG has generally focused on international labour, economic and political issues in the context of contributing to solidarity amongst workers across the globe. The subject matter of ILRIG's work is international socio-economic issues and politics, concentrating on globalisation and its impact in South and Southern Africa. ... [according to site editor's information]
This is an archived website.
The Chronic Poverty Research Centre (CPRC) was an international partnership of universities, research institutes and NGOs, which completed its ten-year programme in 2011. Its research has deepened understanding of the causes of chronic poverty, and provided analysis and policy guidance on the reduction of chronic poverty. The CPRC was funded by the UK Department for International Development. ... [according to site editor's information]
APHRC is a non-profit, non-governmental international organization committed to conducting high quality and policy-relevant research on population and health issues facing sub-Saharan Africa. The Center brings together African scholars to take the lead in developing priority research programs and enhancing use of research findings for policy formulation and program improvement in sub-Saharan Africa.
A number of publications ist downloadable. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
CERDES is a NGO based in Bamako with an office in Bethesda, MD (Washington, DC). It was founded in 1991, at the margin of the historical national conference which took place in July and August 1991, to set up a new constitution and electoral code, a chart for multi-party system and the state of the nation. [according to site editor's information]