IncoNet Central Asia project completes its activities.

The IncoNet CA project, which officially ended on 10 September 2016, aimed to support the advancement of the bi-regional STI (Science, Technology, and Innovation) policy dialogue between the EU Member States/Associated Countries and Central Asia.

The project's focus was on three Societal Challenges that had been identified to be of mutual interest for both regions, namely: Climate Change, Energy and Health.

With three successful EU-Central Asia Policy Stakeholders' Conferences, the first ever Policy Mix Peer Review of the scientific system in Kyrgyzstan, a number of capacity building activities and grant schemes to support joint research endeavours, the IncoNet CA project played a vital role in promoting STI cooperation between the EU Member States/Associated Countries and Central Asia.

The project also produced a number of public deliverables (including e.g. analytic reports, databases, and EU related information in Russian).

Some deliverables will be uploaded after the finalisation of the project, so please check again soon.


Partcipants at the EU-Central Asia Policy Stakeholders Conference on Health in Warsaw | © Robert Graff, PAN KPK

Partcipants at the EU-Central Asia Policy Stakeholders Conference on Health in Warsaw, May 2016  | © Robert Graff, PAN KPK

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