The ability to innovate and quickly adapt will be major issues framing the world's developmental trajectory after the Covid-19 outbreak, writes Lovemore Chikova for The Herald. This comes as African innovations created to negate the impact of the pandemic include a solar-powered handwashing machine from Ghana and an electric soap dispenser with a built-in sensor from Ethiopia.
The work of scientists across Africa to conduct clinical trial reviews and combat Covid-19 gets little attention.
Ghanaian Times, 30 April 2020
If for nothing at all, one thing that the deadly coronavirus disease has brought the world is innovation and discoveries. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Innovation to Define Post-COVID-19 Era
The Herald, 30 April 2020
The world should start drawing important lessons on how to move forward with the developmental agenda when the Covid-19 pandemic finally comes under control. Read more »