1. 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.
  2. NASAC has been able to (and will) organize Scientific Conferences on critical flagship programmes on water, women and science education and climate change
  3. Creation of independent advisory groups to guide NASAC policies and operations e.g. Expert Group, Standing Committees (Water, Science Education & Women for Science) and ad hoc Committees (Conference Organizing Committees, Panels of Experts-various topics, Strategic Planning Committees).
  4. Facilitation of  members’ secretariats through training and capacity building support.
  5. Increased NASAC membership (from the initial founding nine members).
  6. Establishment of a fully functional NASAC secretariat.
  7. Hosting of several Scientific Conferences, Workshops and Seminars to inform the science-policy dialogue in Africa.
  8. Successfully implemented the Project Stimulating a culture of Scientific and technological excellence in Africa (2009-2013) with funding support from Dutch ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  9. NASAC became an affiliate member of IAP and also served in the IAP Board.
  10. NASAC has initiated relationships with key partners such as: IANAS, UNESCO, Leopoldina, KNAW, EASAC, ICSU and developed new partnerships with French Academy of Sciences, Elephant Vert.
  11. NASAC participated at the COP21 Conference that was held in Paris and at the COP22 Conference held in Marrakesh.
  12. NASAC is carrying out activities with AEMASE.
  13. Published Guidelines for Establishing and Strengthening Academies.
  14. NASAC has been able to develop and circulate widely four joint statements:
  15. NASAC with the endorsement of its members developed 4 science-policy documents: