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Research experts say that the sub-Saharan Africa’s Science Granting Councils Initiative (SGCI) has played a motivational and capacity building role among Ethiopian researchers and it should be carried out in…

Research experts say that the sub-Saharan Africa’s Science Granting Councils Initiative (SGCI) has played a motivational and capacity building role among Ethiopian researchers and it should be carried out in a more sustainable manner.
Selamyhun Adefris, Director General for Research and Innovation at the Ethiopian Ministry of Innovation and Technology (MoIT), told a Science Africa reporter that the Initiative has motivated Ethiopian researchers especially in Universities.

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