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Minister’s Welcome Message

On behalf of my Ministry, I will like to welcome you to the MESTI website. Its my prayer that we meet your every expectation and provide you with all the necessary information you have come here to acquire. Feel free to contact us for further clarification. Its my earnest hope that, together, we will be able to turn the fortunes of our country using Science, Technology and Innovation. Also, remember that the protection of our environment rest not only on Government but on all of us; so lets help protect our environment.

TRENDING NEWS

Latest news & updates

Prof Frimpong Boateng calls for effective dissemination of research findings

Prof Frimpong Boateng calls for effective dissemination of research findings

Prof Frimpong Boateng calls for effective dissemination of research findings CSIR STEPRI Accra, Aug 31, GNA – Professor Kwabena Frimpong Boateng, Minister of Environment, Science, Technology, and Innovation, has called for the effective dissemination of research findings to all stakeholders to ensure greater productivity of the nation. He said effective dissemination of research findings to […]

Launch of Ghana Radio Astronomy Observatory

Launch of Ghana Radio Astronomy Observatory

Ghana launches a Radio Astronomy Observatory that would enable scientists from around the world to view and study the universe from within the country at Kuntunse, near Accra. The launching of the first phase of the conversion of the telecom dish into a Satellite dish, today Thursday August 24, by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo would […]

Inspectorate Division of Minerals Commission is ineffective – Minister

Inspectorate Division of Minerals Commission is ineffective – Minister

Inspectorate Division of Minerals Commission is ineffective – Minister Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng Accra, Aug. 22, GNA – Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, the Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI), has said the Inspectorate Division of the Minerals Commission has been ineffective thereby allowing illegal mining to fester in the country. He said the Inspectorate Division […]

MESTI strives to preserve plants species

MESTI strives to preserve plants species

MESTI strives to preserve plants species MESTI Computer Accra, Aug. 20 , GNA – The Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI) has presented some high powered computers to the Plant Genetic Resources Research Institute (PGRRI) to enable it manage its huge data of plant genetics. The PGRRI, an institute under the Council for […]

Events

National Stakeholder Consultative Workshop on STI Policy

A national stakeholder consultative workshop was organised by MESTI and hosted by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) yesterday to engage industry players, civil society organisations and the media to discuss the Draft National Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) Policy and to solicit their inputs into finalizing the document. Click to download the First presentation and Second presentation delivered at the program

Draft National STI Policy

Call for Comments

Soon after independence in 1957, Ghana realized the importance of creating a national capacity for STI. A number of scientific institutions were built to address the challenge of a young state emerging from a colonial era and establishing its membership in the Commonwealth of Nations.

Today there is an even more crucial role for STI in national development. Therefore the National Science, Technology and Innovation Policy aims in broad terms, to provide a framework for stimulating innovation in the economy and the society. The Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI) has the mandate to promote science and technology application in the country and to create the conditions and enabling environment for innovations to occur. In line with this mandate, MESTI presents this policy document as the fundamental basis of its endeavours.

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