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Copyright:  UN Women/Gaganjit Singh Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. The partnership has supported the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi , an independent organization intended to promote science and engineering and strengthen their influence in Malawi. (...) The Ministry of Education's Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI), and the National Commission of Science and Technology will also support the Academy towards meeting the strategic and development goals under the theme “Science Driving Malawi Towards 2063 Agenda.”
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UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi | 最不发达国家技术库 Skip to main content 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界 Toggle navigation 语言: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español 最不发达国家技术库 Search form 搜索 Toggle navigation 主页 UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi malawi_un_womengaganjit_singh.jpg Lighting up lives: Training women in Malawi to become solar power engineers. Copyright:  UN Women/Gaganjit Singh Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. (...) The Ministry of Education's Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI), and the National Commission of Science and Technology will also support the Academy towards meeting the strategic and development goals under the theme “Science Driving Malawi Towards 2063 Agenda.”
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UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi | Banco de Tecnología para los Países Menos Adelantados Skip to main content Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas Toggle navigation Idioma: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Banco de Tecnología para los Países Menos Adelantados Search form Buscar Toggle navigation Portada UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi malawi_un_womengaganjit_singh.jpg Lighting up lives: Training women in Malawi to become solar power engineers. Copyright:  UN Women/Gaganjit Singh Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. (...) The Ministry of Education's Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI), and the National Commission of Science and Technology will also support the Academy towards meeting the strategic and development goals under the theme “Science Driving Malawi Towards 2063 Agenda.”
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Score: 480565.8 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/es/node/964
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UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi | Банк технологий для наименее развитых стран Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН Toggle navigation Язык: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Банк технологий для наименее развитых стран Search form Поиск Toggle navigation Первая страница UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi malawi_un_womengaganjit_singh.jpg Lighting up lives: Training women in Malawi to become solar power engineers. Copyright:  UN Women/Gaganjit Singh Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. (...) The Ministry of Education's Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI), and the National Commission of Science and Technology will also support the Academy towards meeting the strategic and development goals under the theme “Science Driving Malawi Towards 2063 Agenda.”
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UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi | مصرف الأمم المتحدة للتكنولوجيا لأقل البلدان نموا Skip to main content مرحباً بكم في الأمم المتحدة اللغة: Toggle navigation عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español مصرف الأمم المتحدة للتكنولوجيا لأقل البلدان نموا Search form البحث Toggle navigation الصفحة الرئيسية UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi malawi_un_womengaganjit_singh.jpg Lighting up lives: Training women in Malawi to become solar power engineers. Copyright:  UN Women/Gaganjit Singh Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. (...) The Ministry of Education's Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI), and the National Commission of Science and Technology will also support the Academy towards meeting the strategic and development goals under the theme “Science Driving Malawi Towards 2063 Agenda.”
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UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi | BANQUE DE TECHNOLOGIES POUR LES PAYS LES MOINS AVANCÉS Skip to main content Bienvenue aux Nations Unies Toggle navigation Langue: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español BANQUE DE TECHNOLOGIES POUR LES PAYS LES MOINS AVANCÉS Search form Rechercher Toggle navigation Qui sommes-nous Accueil ONU UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi malawi_un_womengaganjit_singh.jpg Lighting up lives: Training women in Malawi to become solar power engineers. Copyright:  UN Women/Gaganjit Singh Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. (...) The Ministry of Education's Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI), and the National Commission of Science and Technology will also support the Academy towards meeting the strategic and development goals under the theme “Science Driving Malawi Towards 2063 Agenda.”
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Score: 480565.8 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/fr/node/964
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Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Aim Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Help put equity on the agenda of different organisations, government and groups now involved with the technology Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Work with different groups to ensure that issues of IT-equity gets put on the agenda of senior policy makers and political leaders Be more aggressive in using new technologies explicitly to reduce existing social tensions and conflicts; Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana To encourage scholars, researchers and analysts to put ICT equity at the top of their research agenda; To share experiences with colleagues around the world about their unique concerns over access to technology. Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Make analysts in industrialised nations, as individuals and groups, listen to and learn from colleagues around the world about their unique concerns The WITFOR Process Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana The outcomes of WITFOR 2003 Vilnius Declaration covering the Eight Themes Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Review and research by eight Commissions to review the progress of Projects and determine the way forward from 2003 to 2005 Open discussion at Conferences around the world for each commission leading to the draft Gaborone Protocol Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana WITFOR 2005 Discussion and Finalisation of Gaborone Protocol Adoption of Gaborone Protocol by UNESCO General Conference 2005 Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Timing Proposed Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana August to December 2003 Identification of Volunteers and Scientists to set up the commissions Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana February to December 2004 Commission are defined, Research and consultation starts Findings are shared on the Web Continuous consultation is made Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana January to March 2005 Draft report of the different commissions is presented in workshops held worldwide Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana April to June 2005 Draft report ratified and finalised by the commission Contribution to the Gaborone Protocol will then be issued Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana August - September 2005 WITFOR Conference In Gaborone, Botswana Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana October 2005 Adoption of Gaborone Protocol by UNESCO General Conference 2005 Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana WITFOR 2005 All you need to know as a participant 3 Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Gaborone Gaborone is the capital city of Botswana. 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Botswana’s top destination • Okavango Delta • Chobe • Kalahari Desert • Makgadikgadi Salt Pan Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Information For further information on Botswana, visit the following site www.gov.bw www.witfor.org.bw www.bedia.co.bw For further information on the conference, visit the following site Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana For further information on investment opportunities, visit the following site WITFOR Secretariat Ministry of Communications, Science and Technology Private Bag 00414 Gaborone, Botswana Telephone: (+267) 3907230 Tele-fax: (+267) 3907236 Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana WITFOR 2005 Sponsorship Opportunities 4 Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Facts Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana IFIP have approached Botswana to host WITFOR 2005 800 participants invited Including Head of States, Ministers, ICT Academics Policy Makers and Practitioners Funding Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Funds are required for both the implementation of the Conference in Botswana in 2005 and for the preparatory activities Budget Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana The implementation of the 2005 WITFOR Conference is estimated to be €400 000 The preparatory cost is estimated to be €280 000 TOTAL: €680 000 Source of Funding Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Botswana Government United Nations Organisations Private Sector Registration fees Sponsorship Policy Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Two type of sponsors: Platinum Sponsor - €150 000 (Maximum 2 Platinum Sponsor) Diamond Sponsor - €100 000 (Maximum 4 Diamond Sponsor) Platinum Sponsor Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Maximum of 2 Platinum Sponsor Logo/Brand Name on Website Logo/Brand name incorporated in all marketing activities Exhibition Booth Participation in one or more commission(s) Strategic position during the show Diamond Sponsor Ministry of Communications Science and Technology Republic of Botswana Maximum of 4 Diamond Sponsor Logo/Brand Name on Website Logo/Brand name incorporated in all marketing activities Exhibition Booth Participation in one or more commission(s)
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Score: 480548.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...otswana04/doc/doc/39_bwa_e.pdf
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China 637 Figure 23.8: Priorities of China’s national research programmes, 2012 PRIORITIES OF CHINA’S NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR KEY BASIC R&D (973 PROGRAMME) PRIORITIES OF CHINA’S NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR HIGH-TECH R&D (863 PROGRAMME) Source: Planning Bureau of Ministry of Science and Technology (2013) Annual Report of the National Programmes of Science and Technology Development. Biotechnology Transportation Environment Agriculture Energy Remote sensing Information technology Ocean MaterialsManufacturing Biotechnology Agriculture Information technology Transportation Materials Energy Environment Ocean Remote sensingManufacturing Information science Health sciences Materials science Megascientic frontier Information Megascientic frontier Young scientist project Health Materials Manufacturing and engineering sciences Energy science Synthesis science Energy Synthesis science Resource and environmental sciences Agriculture Manufacturing and engineering Agricultural science Megascientic goal- orientated research Resource and environmental Biotechnology Transportation Environment Agriculture Energy Remote sensing Information technology Ocean MaterialsManufacturing Biotechnology Agriculture Information technology Transportation Materials Energy Environment Ocean Remote sensingManufacturing Information science Health sciences Materials science Megascientic frontier Information Megascientic frontier Young scientist project Health Materials Manufacturing and engineering sciences Energy science Synthesis science Energy Synthesis science Resource and environmental sciences Agriculture Manufacturing and engineering Agricultural science Megascientic goal- orientated research Resource and environmental Distribution of budget by field (%) 2012 17.1 15.5 10.9 9.7 9.6 8.6 8.3 8.2 7.8 4.3 2012 19.1 12.3 12.2 10.6 9.6 9.1 8.4 6.5 6.4 5.8 2012 16.4 13.6 10.0 10.09.1 9.1 8.2 8.1 7.3 7.3 0.9 2012 18.4 18.3 14.411.7 10.6 8.0 7.4 7.1 4.1 Distribution of new projects by field (%) Distribution of budget for new projects by field (%) Distribution of new projects by field (%) Chapter 23
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Score: 480492.97 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...23-8_nat_research_china_en.pdf
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Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries - IAP Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries - IAP UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi malawi_un_womengaganjit_singh.jpg Lighting up lives: Training women in Malawi to become solar power engineers.Copyright: UN Women/Gaganjit Singh Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. The partnership has supported the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi, an independent organization intended to promote science and engineering and strengthen their influence in Malawi. (...) The Ministry of Education's Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI), and the National Commission of Science and Technology will also support the Academy towards meeting the strategic and development goals under the theme “Science Driving Malawi Towards 2063 Agenda.”
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Score: 480441 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/taxonomy/term/61/feed
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Astra Bonini, Senior Sustainable Development Officer, DESA 8:05–9:00 am Keynote address by Professor Geoffrey Boulton, International Science Council . Presentation : Science, Open Science, Covid and Climate 9:00–10:10 am Science-Policy-Society Interface and Open Science Ms. (...) Presentation : Transition to Open Science Dr. Dominique Babini and Dr. Laura Rovelli , Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO). (...) Presentation : An African framework for sustainable open science Dr. Bianca Amaro , Coordinator of the Brazilian Open Sciences Program, Brazilian Institute of Information on Science and Technology.
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Score: 480434.96 - https://www.un.org/en/node/172476
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