October 29, 2020
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The research agenda of CSIR will continue to be re-aligned with the development priorities of government and development partners by putting research in the context of socio- economic development and sustainable resource utilization. The Primary Focus of CSIR Research will be on Livelihood Transformation and Economic Development.

CSIR's research in the area of Electronics, Information, Communications and Technology will focus on developing simple electronic tools and equipment for use by local communities. We will also focus on the development of electronic communication systems and solving electronic communications engineering problems, including the utilisation of science and math applied to practical problems in the field of communications. We hope to develop next generation communication devices.

Biomedical and Public Health research at CSIR will focus on human and animal epidemiology (including research into infectious diseases, clinical epidemiology and in the field of risk evaluation), Biostatistics, Health Communication, Health Policy and Nutrition.  Other research programmes under this theme will include:

This thematic area will focus on climate-friendly energy production. Research work will critically analyze energy sources in order to provide information to decision-makers on the most appropriate source or combination of sources for a reliable and sustained supply of power to households and industry.

Research and innovation in the field of materials science and manufacturing by the CSIR, its partners and stakeholders will aim to improve industry competitiveness. The CSIR is in a unique position to add value and impact to the materials and manufacturing industries in Ghana. CSIR Materials Science and Manufacturing's strategy is centered around three main programmes, namely;

The climate change crisis and development needs of the world’s poor require us to acknowledge the necessity and urgency for both continued growth at the current pace, and rapid greening of this growth strategy. Serious environmental problems such as ecosystem disturbance, climate change, water and air pollution, and rising sea levels can be seen as the unintended consequences of global development processes.

Food security is defined in its most basic form as access by all people at all times to the food needed for a healthy life. The first Millennium Development Goal (MDG) is dedicated to eradicating extreme poverty and hunger globally.

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