As Africa pursues the transformation agenda, there is urgent need to bridge the knowledge and capacity gap that exists in many countries and sectors. For any society to reach a reasonable level of sustainable development, a carefully planned integration of technologies would be required.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has embraced a new approach to development that puts innovation at the centre in the delivery of Bank projects at both the staff and client levels. The Bank sees its role as not only that of a financier and policy advisor but also as a promoter of knowledge and innovation.
If innovative capacity holds the key to unlocking Africa’s potential and achieving inclusive growth and sustainable development, Africa must explore new avenues to enhance technological innovation and create an environment that facilitates local, national and international initiatives to develop new technologies for tackling some of the many socio-economic challenges..
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