The Dar es Salaam Declaration was an output of the recently concluded International Forum on Women and Sustainable Development in Africa that was held in Dar es Salaam Tanzania from 8-10 March 2018. Click here to view the Dar es Salaam Declaration.
National academies of science have a long tradition of engaging widely in strengthening the evidence base to underpin the delivery of enhanced food and nutrition security at regional and national levels. NASAC, the Network of African Science Academies, has developed a food nutrition and agriculture (FNSA) report for audiences in Africa as a contribution to the..
The international forum on Women and Sustainable Development in Africa was held at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from 8-10 March 2018. The forum was organized in collaboration with the Tanzania Academy of Sciences and the French Academy of Sciences in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,..
As part of the 5-year “Leading Integrated Research for Agenda 2030 in Africa” (LIRA 2030 Africa) programme, the International Council for Science (ICSU), in partnership with the Network of African Science Academies (NASAC) and the International Social Science Council (ISSC) will support up to 11 collaborative research projects across Africa (to the value of up..
Women and sustainable development in Africa: An international forum on a major challenge for the continent: 8th to 10th March 2018 in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania What role will African women play and what place will they occupy in the social, economic, cultural, scientific and technologic development of their countries? These questions will be at..
This International Forum is organized in collaboration with the Tanzania Academy of Sciences and the French Academy of Sciences in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the French Development Agency, the French Institute for Development Research, the Sanofi Espoir Foundation and the InterAcademy Partnership. The international forum will focus on the contribution by..
The United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development identified 17 Sustainable Development Goals whose realization will require expertise from many sectors, including science, engineering, and medicine. Supporting the Sustainable Development Goals: A Guide for Merit-Based Academies, a new publication from the InterAcademy Partnership, explains why and how academies around the globe can support the Sustainable..
MADEV17 – Mathématiques Appliquées à des Questions de Développement: Applied Mathematics & Development
The MADEV17 (Mathématiques Appliquées à des Questions de Développement: Applied Mathematics & Development) was held from 16-19 October 2017 in Rabat-Morocco. The President of NASAC gave a speech at the opening ceremony of the MADEV17 meeting. The MADEV17 meeting was co-organised by the Hassan II Academy of Science and Technology and the Academy of Sciences..
The President of NASAC, Prof. Mostapha Bousmina participated at the IAP (Inter-Academy Partnership) board meeting that was held in Berlin, Germany from 12-14 October, 2017. NASAC is an affiliate network of the IAP which is the global network of science academies.
Women are under-represented in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields globally, but the situation is worse in Africa. In response to this, the Inter-Academy Partnership-Research (IAP-R) partnered with NASAC to publish a book profiling African women scientists. This publication profiles women in STEM fields in Africa. The stories are written mainly to inspire girls and..