Espace Francophone pour la Recherche, le Développement et l'Innovation

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Espace Francophone pour la Recherche, le Développement et l'Innovation
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" cooperation, research and sustainable development, social progress "
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Headquarters Paris, France
Official languages French
Membership Almost 400 international members living in more than 50 countries
50 research Institute
Leaders
 -  Coordinator University of Paris VIII
Establishment 2008

L’Espace Francophone pour la Recherche, le Développement et l'Innovation , or the Francophone Area for Research, Development and Innovation is an international consortium research of strengthening collaboration between North-South researchers and experts. This organization was created in 2008.[2]

Missions[edit]

The primary mission of EFRARD is the strengthening collaboration between North-South researchers and experts.

  • Provide a new model of collaboration and socialization, facilitating interactions with exterior organizations and individuals.
  • Break down geographical barriers as well as the institutional and economic impediments to the free flow of knowledge, know-how and technology within communities.
  • Reduce the north-south gap through a digital apparatus promoting sharing and cooperation in research and development areas among Francophone Countries.

Members[edit]

The official list of members is available at the website.

Grand Forum Francophone Pour la Recherche et l'Innovation[edit]

  • Annual Strategic Conference

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Qui sommes nous ? ([1]). Accessed 2 March 2009.
  2. ^ EFRARD

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