African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS)

The ATPS is a trans-disciplinary network of researchers, policymakers, private sector actors and the civil society that promote the generation, dissemination, use and mastery of STI for African development, environmental sustainability and global inclusion. In collaboration with like-minded institutions, ATPS provides platforms for collaborative and innovative policy research to support African governments and STI institutions/stakeholders to build necessary knowledge conditions and infrastructures, policies and incentives, and capabilities for STI knowledge generation, brokerage, circulation, and socialization to ensure effective valorization and commercialization of scientific and indigenous knowledge into new technologies and innovations for sustainable development on the continent.

Latest publications

Eco-innovation Policies for Sustainable Development in Africa: Case Studies from Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, and Zambia

Policy and Institutional Landscape for Ecological Organic Agriculture in Benin

Institutional Landscape for Eco-innovation Development in Africa

Institutional Framework for Ecological Organic Agriculture Development in Kenya

Policy and Institutional Landscape for Ecological Organic Agriculture in Senegal

Advancing Ecological Organic Agriculture (EOA) in Nigeria

Policy and Institutional Landscape of Ecological Organic Agriculture in Rwanda

Country Briefs - Assessing STI Metrics in Africa

Open Science in Research and Innovation for Development in Africa

The Digital Revolution, Open Science and Innovation for Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

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