Africa is urbanising more rapidly than any other part of the world. In a new video from a meeting of the LIRA2030 Africa programme, we hear how early-career researchers are building a new research culture to interrogate the challenges of urbanisation and leverage opportunities to transform cities in Africa. Early-career researchers supported through the Leading..
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The final report of the IAP project on Improving scientific input to global policymaking, with a focus on the UN Sustainable Development Goals is out. To download a copy of the full report and a summary report, kindly follow this link.
The Sustainable African Cities: Debating Current Challenges and exploring future pathways conference was held on 3-6 July 2018 in Accra, Ghana and was hosted by the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences (GAAS). To access and download a copy of the conference report, please click here.
Global food systems are failing humanity and speeding up climate change: New report from 130 national academies issues wake-up call to leaders on eve of COP24 The current approach to food, nutrition, agriculture, and the environment is unsustainable and must change. There is no time to waste, say the 130 national academies of science and..
The IAP/NASAC workshop on the SDGs and STISA-2024 was held last month in Nairobi as part of the IAP / Carnegie projects Improving scientific input to global policymaking and Harnessing SEM to address Africa’s challenges. The objective of the workshop was to help academies better understand the SDGs and STISA-2024, and explore ways in which..
Scientific Conference and Ministerial Roundtable on the Opportunities and Challenges for Research in FNSA
The NASAC Scientific Conference and Ministerial Roundtable on the Opportunities and Challenges for Research in Food and Nutrition Security and Agriculture (FNSA) took place at the Hilton Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya from 17-18 September 2018. It brought together Food, Nutrition, Security and Agriculture (FNSA) experts, policymakers and stakeholders in Africa with the aim of conveying..
The International Forum on Women and Sustainable Development in Africa was organized by NASAC 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 Inter Academy..
The Young Scientists Conference on Genomics and Human Health in Africa will be jointly organized by the Sudanese National Academy of Sciences (SNAS) and the Sudan Academy of Young Scientists (SAYS) in partnership with the TWAS Regional Office for Sub-Saharan Africa (TWAS-ROSSA). The conference will be held in Khartoum from 2-7 December 2018. The conference will..
We are please to announce the release of Volume 5 of the NASAC e-newsletter – Science Networker, Issue 1-2018. View here…..