About the African Scientists Directory
CONNECTING AFRICAN SCIENTISTS GLOBALLY
The African Scientists Directory – collaboratively developed by the International Science Council (ISC) Regional Office for Africa (ROA) and the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf), with funding made available by the South African Department of Science and Innovation – seeks to provide relevant information on African experts in the natural and social sciences, humanities, engineering and mathematics. It is envisaged this directory will: (i) facilitate the free flow of scientists and scientific knowledge across the borders; and promote the participation of African scientists in activities of the ISC family; (ii) ensure efficient information transfer from the ISC and its family members to the scientific community in Africa; and the collection and dissemination of any valuable scientific information for Africa; and (iii) promote and facilitate the formation of scientific societies and academies within the continent as well as sub-regional partnerships on the continent. The directory will also promote and facilitate capacity building in Africa, including support for post-graduate training programmes for early-career scientists.
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What our Scientists say …
“Thank you for your dedicated efforts at getting this register off the ground. I have disseminated the information among my networks and some of them are already registered on the platform. I wish us all success and may the end justifies the means as we enhance doing science in and on Africa.”
Babatunde Agbola (25 May 2020)
“Thank you for the great work you are doing for the continent of Africa. This connectivity will increase connection and partnerships among the academics in Africa and Diaspora. It will realise immeasurable results among African scientists more than any other time in history. Congratulations on the launch of the African Scientist directory!”
Joash Migosi (25 May 2020)