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The First African Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation


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The First African Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation

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The First African Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation

issues Ministerial Declaration

The First African Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) concluded in Nairobi on
Tuesday April 3rd by issuing the Nairobi Ministerial Declaration, which announces a range of
resolutions to promote and strengthen science, technology and innovations.
The three-day Forum was hosted by the government of Kenya and organized by the African
Development Bank (AfDB), the African Union (AU), the United Nations Educational, Scientific and
Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) and
the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA).
Ministers, science experts and other participants attending the First African Forum on STI for Youth
Employment, Human Capital Development and Inclusive Growth, unanimously pledged to support
and integrate STI policies, strategies, programs and action plans in national and continental
agendas.
The Forum ended after a two-days meeting of experts (April 1-2, 2012) and a one-day Ministerial
Conference (April 3, 2012) presided over by the President of Kenya, Honorable Mwai Kibaki.
The Experts’ Meeting considered strengthening STI by improving science, technology and
mathematics education (STEM), enhancing scientific research and ensuring that higher education
systems are equipped to meet the demand for STEM education. It also emphasized the need and
shared successful experiences on how to nurture innovation and entrepreneurship skills, tap into
existing STI knowledge and cultivate a dynamic innovation system. Participants also reflected and
agreed upon initiatives for harnessing STI to address agriculture, health, water and energy
challenges through tangible actions.
The Ministers’ Meeting focused on the integration of STI policies in national and regional
development agendas as well as STI financing mechanisms and investments.
The outcomes and recommendations of the Forum including the Ministerial Declaration will fit into
the forthcoming STI initiatives, including the AMCOST Conference in May 2012, the “Science with
Africa” Meeting in June 2012 and the African Development Bank’s Annual Meetings in May 2012.
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