The NASAC Bylaws. Please click here to download a copy of the Bylaws.
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..
We are please to announce the release of Volume 5 of the NASAC e-newsletter – Science Networker, Issue 1-2018. View here…..
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..
We are pleased to announce the release of Volume 4 of the NASAC e-Newsletter – Science Networker, Issue 2-2017. View….
The Constitution of NASAC
This is the third strategic document of NASAC. It builds on the successes of the previous strategic plans, seeks to find innovative means to mitigate challenges encountered, and also explore new opportunities to ensure that NASAC continues to be a relevant voice for the development of policy advice on the continent. 2018-2022 NASAC Strategic Plan
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..
NASAC Action Item1: Help create new academies and support existing members with developing strategic plans and concrete work plans. NASAC’s Strategic Action Agenda identifies the aforementioned item as a priority and hence the Expert Group (EG) recommends that the item be split into two parts. Click on the link below to view the full report:..
Water is a crucial resource with great implications for Africa’s development. Climate change coupled with increasing population growth has led to an increase in water demand. In most African countries the demand outstrips the available water resources. As water availability constantly declines, partitioning of water for domestic consumption, agriculture and other forms of water use..