The aim of the initiative is to connect scholars, researchers and policy analysts in innovation and development studies in Africa.
AfricaLics (Part 1): South-North partnerships through the lens of AfricaLics – DDRN
African Network for Economics of Learning, Innovation, and Competence Building Systems (AfricaLics) is the African regional network of the larger network Globelics. Founded in 2012- the network aims to connect scholars, esearchers and policy analysts in innovation and development studies in Africa. Read more about South-North partnerships through the lens of AfricaLics – DDRN.
AfricaLics (Part 2): A first-hand account of the Visiting Fellowship Programme (VFP) experience – DDRN
To get the perspective of a former participant of the AfricaLics Visiting Fellowship Programme (VFP), I spoke to Justina Onumah from the University of Ghana, where Justina is a PhD candidate. Justina has studied Agricultural Economics in her undergraduate and Master’s degrees, but switched to development studies for her PhD. She also works at the CSIR-Science and Technology Policy Research Institute (STEPRI) in Ghana. The interview can be accessed here.