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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African Gong in partnership with AIMS South Africa will be delivering its Flagship Science Communication Capacity-building Programme – Africa Scientifique: Leadership, Knowledge & Skills for Science Communication – to the third cohort of African researchers at the AIMS South Africa, on the 11-13 April 2022.
Link to the Africa Scientifique Programme here.