Member Academies

At the initiative of the African Academy of Sciences (AAS), NASAC was founded in December 2001 with the following nine (9) academies as founding members:-   African Academy of Sciences (AAS) Cameroon Academy of Sciences (CAS) Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences (GAAS) Kenya National Academy of Sciences (KNAS) Madagascar’s National Academy of Arts, Letters and Sciences..

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Privacy Policy

This privacy policy sets out how NASAC uses and protects any information that you give us when you use this website. NASAC is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, and then you can be assured..

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Objectives

NASAC’s main objective is to bring together science academies and facilitate discussions on the scientific aspects of challenges of common concern, so as to make common statements on major issues relevant to Africa and to provide mutual support to member Academies. Drawing from this overall objective, the specific objectives of NASAC include to:   Facilitate..
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Achievements

NASAC partnered with International Science Council (ISC) to support thirty six (36) collaborative research projects across Africa as part of the 5 year “Leading Integrated Research for Agenda 2030 in Africa” (LIRA 2030 AFRICA) programme. The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) provided funding for the project. NASAC has been able to (and will) organize..
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Who We Are

Who We Are The Network of African Science Academies (NASAC) was established on 13th December 2001 in Nairobi, Kenya, under the auspices of the African Academy of Sciences (AAS) and the Inter Academy Panel (lAP). At that inception meeting the NASAC Statutes were drafted and signed by the following founding member-Academies: African Academy of Sciences..

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