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  • Africa: Declaration Pushes for Data Access to Permeate SDGs


    Better access to data, underpinned by information and communications technology (ICT), must become a central, cross-cutting issue for the next set of global development goals,... Read more »

  • Africa: Building a Culture of Science in the Sub-Saharan Africa [document]


    In March 2014, SciDev.Net organised focus groups in Ethiopia, Kenya and South Africa to use as the basis of a report on science and development in the Sub-Saharan Africa.... Read more »

  • Africa: Peter Piot On the Lessons From the Ebola Crisis [interview]


    In this interview, we talk to Peter Piot, director of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom, and one of the team who identified the Ebola virus in... Read more »

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  • Africa: African Journalists Offer to Help Cut Ebola Deaths


    African science journalists are imploring governments to involve them in reporting on the Ebola crisis to help prevent needless deaths caused by inadequate or incorrect... Read more »

  • Africa: It Helps to Take a Positive Slant On Gloomy Topics [opinion]


    I have become aware of a growing weariness with the pessimistic narratives around climate change, migration and other global environmental issues and events. At an April workshop... Read more »

  • Congo-Kinshasa: Study Traces HIV to 1920s Kinshasa

    New Times

    A new study published in the Journal of Science claims that HIV began in Kinshasa in 1920 although it first came to global attention in 1980. Using archives of the genetic code... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Kagame to Address Science Forum in Italy

    New Times

    President Paul Kagame will today deliver a keynote address at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), as part of the events the centre has organised to... Read more »

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