What are the priority themes for micro-projects?
- Access to digital culture/knowledge and use of emerging technologies ;
- Strengthening of concrete links between research-innovation skills development and labour market needs;
- Creation of synergies in the research and innovation ecosystem, involving the private sector - facilitation of technology transfer conditions;
- Promotion of research and innovation;
- Promotion of local and home-grown knowledge and its use in combination with existing formal knowledge systems and practices.
PRICNAC is implemented by the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) in collaboration with OBREAL GLOBAL OBSERVATORY, the African and Malagasy Council for Higher Education (CAMES), the Association of African Universities (AAU) and the Network of Experts in Educational Engineering in Central Africa and the Great Lakes (REIFAC).
This composition provides a guarantee of competence and continuity to the network as well as an international projection which will facilitate the understanding and exchange of good practices in the fields of research-innovation and digital culture in Central Africa, on the African continent and among the developing regions of the world.
- Higher education institutions
- Secondary schools
- Research centres/research networks, multinational private companies
- SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises)
- National public administrations
- Local public administrations
- Organisation non gouvernementales (ONG)
- Chambers of commerce
- Non-governmental organisations (NGOs)
- Young professionals/entrepreneurs.