African Centre for Technology Studies

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The African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS) is a leading Pan-African, inter-governmental policy research organization working to harness applications of science, technology and innovation for accelerated sustainable development.
Research Reports
Research Reports in Faza.spb.ru from African Centre for Technology Studies
19 Research Reports in Faza.spb.ru Date
Bioenergy Advance Market Commitments (AMCs) in Sri Lanka 2010
Bioenergy Policy Review in Tanzania 2010
Building the Capacity of Grassroots Networks to Enhance their Understanding of Climate Change Policy Processes: Lessons from Capacity Strengthening in the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) for Adaptation to Climate Change (CLACC) 2012
Choosing Stakeholders for a Policy Consultative Process 2008
Could ICT be the Solution to Woo Youth to Agriculture? 2012
Diversification of Livelihood as Adaptation to Climate Change by Local Communities 2011
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION IN AFRICA: Status of Laws, Research and Policy Analysis in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda 2006
Livestock Sector Dynamics from Policy Actors╩╣ Perspective 2012
MAINSTREAMING ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS IN UGANDA 2005
MANAGING KNOWLEDGE FOR DEVELOPMENT:: LESSONS FROM KENYAN MODERN BIOTECHNOLOGY REGULATORY PROCESS 2010
Opportunities of Using Pure Plant Oil for Running Stationary Diesel Engines in Rural Areas of Tanzania 2011
Policies and Regulations Affecting Biofuel Development in Kenya 2008
Policies and Regulations Affecting Biomass-Related Energy Sector Development in Sri Lanka 2009
Projected Farm Income Gains in the COMESA/ASARECA Region from Commercialization of Bt Cotton 2006
Projected Farm Income Gains in the COMESA/ASARECA Region from Commercialization of Bt Maize 2006
Sustainable Biofuels Crops and Access in Developing Countries 2009
Toward a Regional Policy on GMO Crops among COMESA/ASARECA Countries 2006
Towards a National Biodiversity Conservation Framework: Key Findings and Policy Recommendations 2010
Towards a smart biosafety regulation:: The case of Kenya 2009
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