WHY THIS TRAINING IS RELEVANT FOR YOU?
Policy briefs are a key tool to present research and recommendations to a non-specialized audience. They serve as a vehicle for providing evidence-based policy advice to help readers make informed decisions.
This training will enable you to develop strong policy brief that distill your research findings in plain language and draws clear links to policy initiatives. The best policy briefs are clear and concise stand-alone documents that focus on a single topic.
Venue : EACREE Boardroom (Third floor, CEDAT Makerere University
Date : 24th to 25th March 2022
Time : 09:00am till 05:00pm
The African Clean Energy Research Alliance (ACERA), consisting of: University of Leeds (UK), Université Marien Ngouabi (Congo Brazzaville), Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (Tanzania), Centre for Research in Energy and Energy Conservation, (Uganda).
The ACERA consortium’s project, titled “Solar treatment of biomass for power generation using carbon slurries in hybrid renewable energy systems”, includes three PhD students (one at each African institution) with activities like research at the partner organizations, exchange of researchers and training of a more vocational nature in renewable energy technologies, entrepreneurial skills as well as dissemination and communication of results. The main goal of this initiative is to increase and strengthen the research capacity of universities and research institutes in Sub-Saharan Africa by supporting the development of sustainable research networks. For organizational reasons, we kindly request you to download the application form HERE and the filled form should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 22nd March 2022. For further information kindly contact: Ms. Flavia Ajambo email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
MEET THE INSTRUCTOR
Asindua George Beajous March 17, 2022 at 6:31 pm
I’m willing to attend but need to know if is residential or non residential, other conditions attached to this training.
admin March 22, 2022 at 3:44 pm
The training is non residential.