The Southern African Research and Innovation Management Association has entered into an agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland for the provision of services in connection with technical assistance for the implementation of the Southern Africa Innovation Support Programme. Countries involved in this initiative are Namibia, Zambia, Botswana and Mozambique.
The European Union and South Africa have long been committed to strategic cooperation in science and technology, dating back to their 1996 Cooperation Agreement, which facilitated cooperation under the Framework Programmes. South Africa has also concluded several bilateral cooperation agreements with EU Member States.
The RIMI4AC (Research and Innovation Management Improvement for Africa and the Caribbean) project, is funded by the European Union under the S&T programme of the ACP, and was awarded to a consortium of ten partners.RMI4AC publications are available on the “Publications” section of the ACU website at https://www.acu.ac.uk/publications/. (If you type in “RIMI4AC” or “Research Management” in the “Keywords” filter, they should all show up)