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  • 3D Printing Africa's Development
  • Developing Green Climate Fund Projects
  • 3D Printing Africa's Development

    The African Technopolitan is a biannual publication dedicated to the world of science, technology and development. It informs and provokes debate on critical issues in African development.

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  • Developing Green Climate Fund Projects

    A preparatory course for the public and private sectors on Designing and Implementing Green Climate Fund Projects. The main aim of the course is to provide participants drawn from both public and private organisations with skills and understanding of the operations of the GCF, and how to develop competitive and fundable GCF project proposals supportive to the implementation of NDCs, in various sectors and contexts within the East African Community.

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WHO WE ARE

  • African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS) is a pioneering development research think tank on harnessing applications of science, technology and innovation policies for sustainable development in Africa. ACTS is an Intergovernmental organization founded in 1988 to pursue policy oriented research towards strengthening the capacity of African countries and institutions to harness science and technology for sustainable development. ACTS envisions a sustainable economic, social and environmental future for Africa, through science, technology and innovation.
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    FEATURED RESEARCH

    The African Technopolitan Magazine
    May 2016 Issue - Volume 5
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    Enhancing Effectiveness of Community
    Based Adaptation to Climate Change
    Unlocking some nuts and bolts
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    Exploring the agency of Africa in climate
    change negotiations: the case of REDD+
    ICT-driven projects for land governance
    in Kenya: disruption and e-government
    frameworks

     

    SIGNATORIES TO THE CHARTER

    • "The future of Africa belongs to its youth. They have the numbers, intellect, creativity and energy to make it better for human well-being and ecosystem health. The African youth cannot afford to be complicit in the destruction of the future. They must exercise their intellect, energy and citizenship in the pursuit of sustainable development and action to combat climate change in Africa".
      Dr. Cosmas Ochieng Executive Director, ACTS.
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