Brain drain in Africa

The migration of African scientists to developed countries represents a personal decision shaped in large measure by an individual’s assessment of where the best career opportunities lie. Governments can help influence this decision by developing and implementing policies for African scientists that improve their living and working conditions at home and that offer realistic prospects for secure and rewarding professional careers in Africa. Read more....

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Water Programme Launch Report

Water scarcity remains an unsolved issue to policy makers and water researchers.This crisis is likely to worsen due to climate change compounded by high population growth. However, stakeholders through collaboration can bolster water management through research and innovation, hence the role of the NASAC water programme broadly and the merit of the water steering committee specifically. Read more....

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