Science, Technology and Innovation Plan (STIP) and Stakeholders

The government is the process of implementing  STIP  to faster track the developments in the area of science , technology and innovation. The overall goals of the National Science, Technology and Innovation Plan  are as follows:

  • Create an enabling policy environment to foster Science Technology and Innovation (STI) and augment their contribution to national development.
  • Build the STI sector capacity to generate and transfer technology.
  • Establish and strengthen the legal and regulatory framework to ensure ethics and safety in STI development and application.
  • Strengthen the STI coordination framework to enhance the sector’s performance and contribution to national development

Stakeholders
The stakeholders in science , technology and innovation  whose interests, roles and responsibilities have to be considered include the following:

  • Central Government
  • Local Government
  • Private Sector
  • NGOs and CBOs
  • Academia
  • Researchers
  • Science and Technology Professionals
  • Policy Makers and Implementers
  • Development Partners
  • Farmers
  • Artisans
  • Consumers of products of STI activities
  • General Public.

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Science, Technology and Innovation Plan (STIP) and Stakeholders

The government is the process of implementing  STIP  to faster track the developments in the area of science , technology and innovation. The overall goals of the National Science, Technology and Innovation Plan  are as follows:

  • Create an enabling policy environment to foster Science Technology and Innovation (STI) and augment their contribution to national development.
  • Build the STI sector capacity to generate and transfer technology.
  • Establish and strengthen the legal and regulatory framework to ensure ethics and safety in STI development and application.
  • Strengthen the STI coordination framework to enhance the sector’s performance and contribution to national development

Stakeholders
The stakeholders in science , technology and innovation  whose interests, roles and responsibilities have to be considered include the following:

  • Central Government
  • Local Government
  • Private Sector
  • NGOs and CBOs
  • Academia
  • Researchers
  • Science and Technology Professionals
  • Policy Makers and Implementers
  • Development Partners
  • Farmers
  • Artisans
  • Consumers of products of STI activities
  • General Public.

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Science, Technology and Innovation Plan (STIP) and Stakeholders

The government is the process of implementing  STIP  to faster track the developments in the area of science , technology and innovation. The overall goals of the National Science, Technology and Innovation Plan  are as follows:

  • Create an enabling policy environment to foster Science Technology and Innovation (STI) and augment their contribution to national development.
  • Build the STI sector capacity to generate and transfer technology.
  • Establish and strengthen the legal and regulatory framework to ensure ethics and safety in STI development and application.
  • Strengthen the STI coordination framework to enhance the sector’s performance and contribution to national development

Stakeholders
The stakeholders in science , technology and innovation  whose interests, roles and responsibilities have to be considered include the following:

  • Central Government
  • Local Government
  • Private Sector
  • NGOs and CBOs
  • Academia
  • Researchers
  • Science and Technology Professionals
  • Policy Makers and Implementers
  • Development Partners
  • Farmers
  • Artisans
  • Consumers of products of STI activities
  • General Public.

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