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   CENTRE FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF THE NON-ALIGNED AND OTHER DEVELOPING COUNTRIES (NAM S&T CENTRE)  
 
The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) was created and founded during the collapse of the colonial system and the independence struggles of the peoples of Africa, Asia, Latin America and other regions of the world and at the height of the Cold War. During the early days of the Movement, its actions were a key factor in the decolonisation process, which led later to the attainment of freedom and independence by many countries and to the founding of a number of new sovereign States. Throughout its history, the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries has played a fundamental role in the preservation of world peace and security.
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OUR OBJECTIVES
 
 
  • Promotion of mutually beneficial collaboration among scientists and technologists and scientific organisations from the non-aligned and other developing countries,
  • Establishment of links between national and regional S&T centres,
  • Acting as a clearing house of information on technological capabilities of individual countries for promoting technological cooperation and transfer of technology,
  • Maintaining a registry of S&T experts for utilisation of their services by the member countries,
  • Stimulating and promoting joint R&D projects, seminars, symposiums, workshops, training programmes and fellowships on bilateral or multilateral basis in selected fields of special relevance,
  • Preparation of state-of-the-art reports, etc.
     
 
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EVENTS
 
 
  • International Workshop on 'Ground Water Conservation and Management by Leveraging Science, Technology and Innovation’ (IWGWCM - STI 2021) (Virtual Platform) 27-28 January 2021.

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UPCOMING PUBLICATIONS
 

  • Air Pollution and Public Health: Challenges, Interventions and Sustainable Solution edited by Dr. Nour Shafik El-Gendy and Dr. Vartika Mathur
 
     
 
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