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DR. Mrs Quaye is Acting Director

Dr. (Mrs) Wilhemina Quaye, Chief Research Scientist, has been appointed by the Director-General to the position of Deputy Director of the Science and Technology Policy Research Institute of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR, Ghana) . By this appointment, she becomes the Acting Director with the expiration of the term of office of the Director, Dr. George Owusu Essegbey. Dr. Quaye untill her appointemnt was the Head of the Industry and Service Division of the...

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CSIR- STEPRI Holds Workshop

      Agricultural projects in Ghana are usually formulated around partnership arrangements as an approach to mobilize strategic actors. The partnership (Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) and Innovation Platforms (IPs) are used as a means for achieving broader developmental goals of poverty reduction, inequalities and food security. There is evidence of the value of partnerships in creating networks, and mobilizing resources for effective collective action. But, there is limited knowledge on how interventions or Services delivered by partnerships empower different categories of smallholders, and...

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STEPRI Trains Staff

   The management of CSIR-STEPRI...

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CSIR- STEPRI Gets New Board

       The Director General of the Council for Scientific and Industriial Research (CSIR, Ghana), Prof Victor Agyeman has innaugurated the new Management Board for the Sciencie and Tectnolology Policy Research Insitute (STEPRI). The Director of CSIR-STEPRI, Dr. George Essegbey, welcomed the invited quests and spelt out the agenda for the...

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16TH Globelics: Call for Proposals

Call for Proposals Symposia, Workshops, Panels & Roundtable Discussions 16TH GLOBELICS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2018 Theme: Innovation, Economic Growth and Sustainable Development: Strengthening Institutions for Greater Relevance, Effectiveness and Inclusivity 24th-26th October 2018 Mensvic Grand Hotel, Accra-Ghana (www.globelicsconference2018.org) Introduction The Global Network for the Economics of Learning, Innovation, and Competence...

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I6TH GLOBELICS: Call for Proposals

Call for Proposals: Symposia, Workshops, Panels & Roundtable Discussions Introduction The Global Network for the Economics of Learning, Innovation, and Competence Building Systems (GLOBELICS) is pleased to invite you to submit your paper to the 16th GLOBELICS International Conference 2018. The conference is organised by the Science and Technology Policy Research Institute of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR-STEPRI) in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, GLOBELICS and AfricaLICS secretariats. The conference comes off on the 24th-26th October 2018, at the Mensvic Grand hotel, East Legon-Accra. Science, Technology and Innovations...

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Dr. Frempong Retires

      

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Africa Rising Validation Workshop

      Africa RISING,one of the current projects being undertaken by...

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16TH Globelics: Call for Papers

The 16th Globelics international Conference will be hosted and organized by the Science and Technology Policy Research Institute of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR-STEPRI), from October 24th -27th,2018 in Accra, Ghana.  Background The Global Network for the Economics of Learning, Innovation and...

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ADVERT: POLITICAL ECONOMY ANALYSIS (PEA)

  TOR FOR CONSULTANCY: POLITICAL ECONOMY ANALYSIS (PEA)      BACKGROUND:  National Biosafety Authority (NBA), Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the United Nations Environment Development Programme and the World Conservation Monitoring C(UNDP-WCMC)are  collaborating to implement the Connect Project (2016-2020) – Connect: Mainstreaming Biodiversity into the Heart of Government Decision Making. Biodiversity is crucial for human survival and well-being. It is at the foundation of ecosystem goods and services, which have significant economic value for livelihoods and poverty reduction  Unfortunately biodiversity information, which is a key element in...

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CONSULTANCY ADVERT !

  CONSULTANCY ON BIODIVERSITY INFORMATION LANDSCAPE   BACKGROUND: Biodiversity is crucial for human survival and well-being. It is at the foundation of ecosystem goods and services, which have significant economic value for livelihoods and poverty reduction  Unfortunately biodiversity information, which is a key element in planning, is not adequately used in national planning and development processes to enhance livelihoods. The Medium-Term National Development Policy Framework: - Ghana Shared Growth and Development Agenda II, 2014-2017)  of the National Development Planning Commission has identified weak integration of biodiversity issues...

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CSIR Holds Thanksgiving Service

     The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research,(CSIR Ghana) yesterday, 18th December, 2017 held a Praise and Thanksgiving Service to acknowledge...

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