Financial constraints are hindering two of the U.N. Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization's projects to strengthen science capacity and policy in the developing world. The Global Observatory of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Instruments project and the Science, Technology and Innovation Global Assessment Program are still under way despite funding delays. "At the present time we are looking for extra budgetary resources to develop both initiatives fully," UNESCO natural science division director Lidia Brito said.

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