Welcome to the National Commission for Research, Science and Technology.
Fostering Excellence through Knowledge and Innovation
"As we go forward, we will seek to be transactional in maintaining and strengthening the governance architecture, but we will also be transformational as we prepare the citizens for the new economy that requires the development of new parameters in education, innovation, and enterprise", - His Excellency, Dr Hage Geingob, President of the Republic of Namibia
Declaration of Products Derived from or Containing Genetically Modified Organisms for Purposes of the Biosafety ACT, 2006 (ACT NO. 7 OF 2006) A
Ms Lovisa Kambonde- Immanuel (NCRST),Ms Nina Louw (RMB),Ms Ndahekelekwa Paulus (Winner) 4TH PLACE, Ms Mary Shikukutu (Winner) 2ND PL
This morning (09 April 2018) the National Commission on Research, Science and Technology (NCRST) signed a monumental 3-year agreement with one of Africa’s leading specialists agencies, the African Biosafety Network of Expertise (ABNE).
ABNE is NEPAD agency and affiliated to the African Union. ABNE provides a resource network for African regulators and policy makers, to ensure the building of a functional Biosafety regulatory system in Africa. This ties in well with the NCRST’s mandate through the implementation of Namibia’s Biosafety Act 2006 (Act No. 7 of 2006).
The areas of cooperation are outlines below:
The Parties, agree to co-operate with each other in regard to the areas and matters set out below as follows:
To ensure that this agreement actually becomes a living document, both the NCRST and ABNE have dedicated teams of experts to form part of a Joint Technical Committee, that will set up a 3-year Action Plan and ensure the tasks and activities are undertaken and reported on.
FLTR: Enid Keramen (NCRST Acting CEO), Dr. Jeremy T. Ouedraogo (ABNE Director), Dr. Olaleken Akinbo (ABNE Senior Programme Officer)
FLTR: Enid Keramen (NCRST Acting CEO), Dr. Jeremy T. Ouedraogo (ABNE Director)
Group Picture, NCRST and ABNE management and staff