The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) is a mutually agreed instrument voluntarily acceded to by African Union (AU) member States as an African self-monitoring mechanism
In Malabo, Equatorial Guinea – on the 29th and 30th of August 2017, AOSTI, the African Observatory of Science, Technology and Innovation, and the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex, United Kingdom, organised a joint workshop on the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of the continental Science, Technology, and Innovation Strategy for Africa 2024 (STISA-2024) implementation.
This seminal and ground-breaking document, the first of its kind in Africa is a strategic, inclusive and empowering exhortation and Call to Action to all African scientists, researchers, academics and policy-makers, at national, sub-regional and regional levels, in Universities, Research Institutions, public and private sectors, and in the African Diaspora
Dr. Elizabeth Rasekoala was invited as a Panel Keynote Speaker and delivered a presentation entitled, ‘‘Inclusive STI Advocacy in Africa: Multi-stakeholder Frameworks for closing the Knowledge Gaps and delivering Transformative Innovation” at the SPRU–Africa Engagement Week on STI and Policy, held on the 23-27 May 2016, in Pretoria & Johannesburg, South Africa.
African Gong was invited as a Stakeholder Expert Group to contribute strategic pan-African and international expertise and good practice recommendations to the joint AUC-NEPAD Consultation Workshop on the STISA – 2024 Implementation Plan, held on the 7-8 September 2015, in Accra, Ghana. Dr. Rasekoala represented African Gong and contributed recommendations for the strengthening of the […]
African Gong NPO Registration
African Gong is legally registered as a Not-for-Profit Organisation (NPO) in the Republic of South Africa.
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Africa Scientifique – Post-Workshop Mentoring & Project Activities’ Support: African Gong in partnership with AIMS South Africa is delivering the third phase of the 2021 programme which involves the provision of mentoring and support to AIMS South Africa’s researchers in the planning, delivery and the monitoring and evaluation of their
practical public engagement activities, from September 2021 – February 2022.
Link to the Africa Scientifique Programme here.