NASAC Thematic Areas

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Member Academies

  1. Academie Nationale des Sciences, Arts et Letters du Benin (ANSALB)
  2. Académie Nationale des Sciences du Burkina (ANSB)
  3. Académie Nationale des Sciences et Technologies du Congo (ANSTC)
  4. Academie Nationale des Sciences et Techniques du Senegal (ANSTS)
  5. Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf)
  6. Academy of Sciences of Mozambique (ASM)
  7. African Academy of Sciences (AAS)
  8. Cameroon Academy of Sciences (CAS)   
  9. Ethiopian Academy of Sciences (EAS)
  10. Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences (GAAS)
  11. Hassan II Academy of Science and Technology Morocco
  12. Kenya National Academy of Sciences (KNAS)
  13. Madagascar National Academy of Arts, Letters and Sciences
  14. Mauritius Academy of Science and Technology (MAST)
  15. Nigerian Academy of Science (NAS)
  16. Sudan National Academy of Sciences (SNAS)
  17. Tanzania Academy of Sciences (TAAS)
  18. Togolese Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters (ANSALT)
  19. Uganda National Academy of Sciences (UNAS)
  20. Zambia Academy of Sciences (ZaAS)
  21. Zimbabwe Academy of Sciences (ZAS)

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The Network of African Science Academies aspires to act as an independent African forum that brings together Academies of Sciences in Africa to discuss scientific aspects of challenges of common concern, to make common statements on major issues relevant to Africa and to provide mutual support to member Academies. Drawing from this, NASAC aims to specifically facilitate the provision of advice to governments and regional organizations on scientific aspects of pertinent issues to Africa 's development through science academies.


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