Masterclass Paper on Public-Private Partnerships in Research and Innovationhttps://sgciafrica.org/en-za/resources/Resources/Masterclass Paper on PPP in Research and Innovation.pdfGP0|#563432a5-a97c-4e4a-97e3-48fee926cf49;L0|#0563432a5-a97c-4e4a-97e3-48fee926cf49|Paper;GTSet|#05b0ce45-fffe-4b66-bd33-38d958b5ee62Masterclass Paper on Public-Private Partnerships in Research and InnovationOyelaran-Oyeyinka, Banjia, Vallejo, Berthab and Vasudev, Shrutic<p>​Contemporary scholarship calls for a variety of partnerships within and outside national borders aimed at optimizing collaborative research outcomes. This paper presents the findings of a study on the policies and practices for engaging in public-private partnerships (PPPs) in research and innovation (R&I) in different countries in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).<br></p>GP0|#563432a5-a97c-4e4a-97e3-48fee926cf49;L0|#0563432a5-a97c-4e4a-97e3-48fee926cf49|Paper;GTSet|#05b0ce45-fffe-4b66-bd33-38d958b5ee62GP0|#523eafba-c5db-435f-94f2-fd862a3812b0;L0|#0523eafba-c5db-435f-94f2-fd862a3812b0|English;GTSet|#5c7f15a7-dcd4-4b83-9d63-5ad1425282c6https://sgciafrica.org/en-za/resources/Resources/Masterclass Paper on PPP in Research and Innovation.pdfGP0|#2fed3f81-f709-42d3-90d3-7a9c689f324c;L0|#02fed3f81-f709-42d3-90d3-7a9c689f324c|ATPS;GTSet|#a732f390-1055-4aea-9895-b94267dc0dab
SGCI Policy Brief Towards Effective Public-Private Partnerships in Research and Innovation: A Perspective for African Science Granting Councilshttps://sgciafrica.org/en-za/resources/Resources/SGCI Policy Brief on PPP.pdfGP0|#563432a5-a97c-4e4a-97e3-48fee926cf49;L0|#0563432a5-a97c-4e4a-97e3-48fee926cf49|Paper;GTSet|#05b0ce45-fffe-4b66-bd33-38d958b5ee62SGCI Policy Brief Towards Effective Public-Private Partnerships in Research and Innovation: A Perspective for African Science Granting CouncilsProf. Banji Oyelaran-Oyeyinka, Dr. Bertha Vallejo, Dr. Banke Abejirin, Ms. Shruti Vasudev, Dr. Nicholas Ozor, Dr. Maurice Bolo<p>​In order to enhance the role of public-private partnerships in socio-economic development and in support of regional development agenda such as the STISA 2024, issues of public-private partnerships in research and innovation have been carefully explored to uncover the trends, characteristics and current needs. Based on these and good practices from around the world, policy recommendations to strengthen the African Science Granting Councils emerge.<br></p>GP0|#563432a5-a97c-4e4a-97e3-48fee926cf49;L0|#0563432a5-a97c-4e4a-97e3-48fee926cf49|Paper;GTSet|#05b0ce45-fffe-4b66-bd33-38d958b5ee62GP0|#523eafba-c5db-435f-94f2-fd862a3812b0;L0|#0523eafba-c5db-435f-94f2-fd862a3812b0|English;GTSet|#5c7f15a7-dcd4-4b83-9d63-5ad1425282c6https://sgciafrica.org/en-za/resources/Resources/SGCI Policy Brief on PPP.pdfGP0|#2fed3f81-f709-42d3-90d3-7a9c689f324c;L0|#02fed3f81-f709-42d3-90d3-7a9c689f324c|ATPS;GTSet|#a732f390-1055-4aea-9895-b94267dc0dab
How do political economy factors influence the evolution of science funding in sub- Saharan Africa?https://sgciafrica.org/en-za/resources/Resources/Policy brief- Evolution of science funding in sub-Saharan Africa.pdfGP0|#03be525c-b7ec-4130-9420-bb64be65ae2e;L0|#003be525c-b7ec-4130-9420-bb64be65ae2e|Report;GTSet|#05b0ce45-fffe-4b66-bd33-38d958b5ee62How do political economy factors influence the evolution of science funding in sub- Saharan Africa?Joanna Chataway and Cosmas Ochieng<p>​<span>This report contributes to existing knowledge on the political-economic context within which African science granting councils exist.</span><br></p>GP0|#03be525c-b7ec-4130-9420-bb64be65ae2e;L0|#003be525c-b7ec-4130-9420-bb64be65ae2e|Report;GTSet|#05b0ce45-fffe-4b66-bd33-38d958b5ee62GP0|#523eafba-c5db-435f-94f2-fd862a3812b0;L0|#0523eafba-c5db-435f-94f2-fd862a3812b0|English;GTSet|#5c7f15a7-dcd4-4b83-9d63-5ad1425282c6https://sgciafrica.org/en-za/resources/Resources/Policy brief- Evolution of science funding in sub-Saharan Africa.pdfGP0|#b419a699-d4cb-4d83-8ed5-2fbf3a3662ba;L0|#0b419a699-d4cb-4d83-8ed5-2fbf3a3662ba|Partnerships and private sector engagement;GTSet|#a732f390-1055-4aea-9895-b94267dc0dab;GPP|#5cd65b2a-7cee-4bce-887f-7b43bf03d2d4;GP0|#26b9eea0-4bfd-4999-abd6-25140c902ad7;L0|#026b9eea0-4bfd-4999-abd6-25140c902ad7|Research management;GPP|#666c7fbc-bd85-4be1-9ec1-5ff4934ce56e
Summary Report of the Annual Forum 2017 - 22-23 November 2017, Livingstone, Zambiahttps://sgciafrica.org/en-za/resources/Resources/Summary report from the 2017 SGCI Annual Forum.pdfGP0|#03be525c-b7ec-4130-9420-bb64be65ae2e;L0|#003be525c-b7ec-4130-9420-bb64be65ae2e|Report;GTSet|#05b0ce45-fffe-4b66-bd33-38d958b5ee62Summary Report of the Annual Forum 2017 - 22-23 November 2017, Livingstone, ZambiaAfrican Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS) and the Scinnovent Centre<p>​This  report  summarizes  the  key  issues  and  messages  from  the  2017  Annual  Forum  on  “Effective  public  – private partnerships  in  Research and Innovation” held  from  22  –  23 November, 2017 in Livingstone, Zambia. The  Forum  brought  together  about  120  people  from  25  countries,  including  Heads  of  Research  Councils(HoRCs), SGC Coordinators, Researchers, Policymakers, Private Sector actors and Civil Society representatives.</p>GP0|#03be525c-b7ec-4130-9420-bb64be65ae2e;L0|#003be525c-b7ec-4130-9420-bb64be65ae2e|Report;GTSet|#05b0ce45-fffe-4b66-bd33-38d958b5ee62GP0|#523eafba-c5db-435f-94f2-fd862a3812b0;L0|#0523eafba-c5db-435f-94f2-fd862a3812b0|English;GTSet|#5c7f15a7-dcd4-4b83-9d63-5ad1425282c6https://sgciafrica.org/en-za/resources/Resources/Summary report from the 2017 SGCI Annual Forum.pdfGP0|#2fed3f81-f709-42d3-90d3-7a9c689f324c;L0|#02fed3f81-f709-42d3-90d3-7a9c689f324c|ATPS;GTSet|#a732f390-1055-4aea-9895-b94267dc0dab