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Constructed in collaboration with the Nigerian Academy of technological know-how, this file explores the ways that science-based inner most organizations might be created and inspired in Nigeria and different constructing nations to supply services and products that executive is not able to provide in a well timed and sustainable demeanour. concentrating on 3 severe demanding situations to overall healthiness and development-- secure water, electric lights, and malaria therapy—the document identifies a pattern know-how to handle each one of those demanding situations with power for commercialization in Nigeria and Africa, and makes use of that pattern know-how to spot possibilities and obstacles to making the science-based corporations in Nigeria.
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Sometimes, the committee has had access to more recent information. In any case, the workshop reports represent the views of those named in the appendixes, and the committee has derived much useful source material from them in preparing the report and recommendations. As noted, for this project a separate workshop was held to explore each of the selected technologies. The solar energy workshop was held December 8–9, 2005, in Lagos, Nigeria; the safe water workshop was held December 12–13, 2005, in Lagos; and the malaria therapy workshop was held April 24–25, 2006, in Paris, following a preliminary session December 5-6, 2005, in Ibadan, Nigeria.
Org). It is intended to purify drinking water for home use. The cost is very low, but consumer training and discipline are important for proper application. com) in California for developing countries, is applied on a community scale to produce potable water for all domestic uses except laundry. It is marketed to small commercial water sellers and village cooperatives in Mexico and India and to franchised “water stores” carrying the WaterHealth brand in the Philippines, all of which have been able to pay off their loans and make a profit.
The local participants act as consultants and possible partners anxious to help the investors find the most promising areas in which to invest. They also want to point out areas where there may be a perceived weakness in the economy or in the knowledge available so that remedies can be taken that would encourage investment. In later phases, local participants play the roles of stakeholders in the enterprises selected by the investors and help them prepare business plans. In each case, of course, the object is not to select enterprises for real investment but to use this method as a vehicle for exploring the strengths and weaknesses of the local knowledge economy.
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