Students’ future has been halted as governments of Malaysia, Nepal and seven other Asian-Pacific nations reopen shopping malls and other businesses, but kept schools closed over COVID.
This feature article reveals how low- and middle-income countries are turning to home-grown vaccinations against COVID-19 as the UN-backed COVAX facility fails to deliver.
The World Health Organization may have recommended a broad deployment of the first-ever malaria vaccine in Sub-Saharan Africa, but scientists say its acquisition and distribution will be an issue.
The Senegalese politician calls on Africa’s governments, private sector and scientists to create endogenous resources and solutions to reduce the continent’s scientific dependence on the West.
Commitments to invest in research for home-grown innovations that support food systems is imperative writes Gilbert Nakweya.
Low and middle-income countries carry the burden of more than half a billion people living with undetected and untreated hypertension, worldwide.
President, International Network for Government Science Advice (INGSA), Rémi Quirion, believes the newly-launched Francophone Scientific Advisory Network will showcase the scientific feats of researchers, and also enable the world prepare for the next pandemic.
Human rights, environmental protection: NGOs want law enacted for Guinea, Ghana’s automobile industries
In Guinea and Ghana, non-governmental organizations are pressurizing automotive industry stakeholders to curb social and environmental degradations caused by exploiting bauxite in the two African nations.
In this article, Laura Owings reveals how farming innovations rooted in nature and plant science could forge path towards future food systems.
Les aps The battle to wipe out malnutrition requires healthy diets that also tackle micronutrient deficiencies, alongside the growing burdens of undernutrition and obesity.