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Of developing new things and ways that work . We will consider the dynamics of innovation systems and processes over time. This requires assessing, wherever possible, their multiple outcomes and impacts. Also, innovation will be considered as an emergent property of both supervised and unsupervised learning and interaction among stakeholders under specific conditions. Broad interpretation of the multiple dimensions of traditional knowledge. Interest in the diversity of innovation types and contexts.
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In each region, there is one target country: Kenya, South Africa and Benin, respectively. In each country, the JOLISAA project operates through well-established national partners, who are already actively engaged in developing and understanding innovation systems and the role of L/TK and are keen to strengthen their collaboration with a various other stakeholders. They are respectively:.