FISHERMAN - Results Factsheet

Competence in sustainable fisheries management was built at partner Higher Education Institutions (Comoros, Madagascar, Mozambique, The Seychelles and Tanzania). The development, accreditation and implementation of five study programmes in Sustainable Fisheries Management in line with national and international standards was achieved. The HEIs have increased their ability to deliver quality education and research in the fisheries sector.

SUCCEED - Results Factsheet

10 new online courses have increased the academic offer available in energy-related courses. The creation of 5 Energy Efficiency Units, organisation of over 40 internal, local and national round tables and the formation of the ‘East African Higher Education Network on Sustainable and Energy Efficient Campus Development’ (EA-SUCCEED Network) has resulted in increased awareness amongst university staff and students and has created opportunities for co-operation with stakeholders involved in the energy sector.

IP4Growth - Results Factsheet

Contribution to agricultural and socio-economic development of west African countries through Intellectual Property management applied to agriculture and use of Geographic Indications (GIs). This has resulted in increased knowledge and capacities of HEI academics on the application of these knowledge-based tools and raised awareness of the utility of GIs to protect key products and improve competitiveness. As a result there is increased cooperation between rural communities, HEIs and national IP offices.

CAP4INNO - Results Factsheet

A greater awareness and increased knowledge and skills about innovation, intellectual property and patent databases as sources of technical information for technology surveillance in Caribbean countries (Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago) has been achieved, as well as a culture shift in relation to ‘innovation thinking’. The revision of existing courses and development of new courses has increased the understanding and knowledge of innovation and knowledge transfer among students.

ANEER - Results Factsheet

A diagnostic study on the situation of the energy sector in Angola and Mozambique was concluded with recommendations to adapt courses to the labour market requirements and gender considerations. Academic and management skills have been strengthened in the field of energy efficiency in two higher education institutions. Qualifications of teaching staff have been improved and six specific energy-related courses have been adapted, implemented and approved in both countries.

ADECEA - Results Factsheet

The project strengthened the partnership between institutions, facilitated staff networking and established demand driven postgraduate training in three post conflict countries of eastern and central Africa (D.R. Congo, Burundi and Madagascar). It piloted two of the four developed academic programmes and also supported capacity building of academic staff. The new postgraduate programmes were aligned to the 3-2-3 License Master Doctoral system.

HEEMS - Results Factsheet

A diagnosis of academic programmes and academic staff capabilities in São Tomé and Principe, Cape Verde and Mozambique regarding their renewable energy sectors has been produced. Staff, students and other stakeholders have been trained in renewable energy subjects with six modules in renewable energy tailored for massive open online courses (MOOCs).

eLEFANS - Results Factsheet

A cooperation network between participating institutions and stakeholders in five e-learning centres was established, 15 specialised Food and Nutrition Security e-learning courses and modules were developed, backed up by five media databases, seven trainings for 33 staff members in designing and use of e-learning courses and an e-learning platform for sharing resources. The five e-centres have been equipped and academic staff has been trained in developing e-learning courses on a Moodle platform.

Pig Production and Food Security - Results Factsheet

A Master course on pig production and food safety has been approved at Universidad ISA (Dominican Republic) and Universidad Central “Marta Abreu” de las Villas (Cuba). Qualifications of academic staff have been upgraded and capacity building for administrative managers has been achieved ensuring a quality programme and a new generation of experts in production and food security domains.