In this blog, Uzma Alam and Leah Mwai discuss evidence-informed and context-specific science policy responses to COVID-19 in Africa.
Looking to publish here on the AAS Open Research platform? If so, you’ll need to make your data openly available as part of the process of submitting your work. Get to grips with what it means in our blog and webinar.
In this blog, we look at how Afrique One-ASPIRE fellows are supporting the fight against COVID-19 in Tanzania, Ghana, Chad and Côte d’Ivoire.
In this blog post, we take a closer look at how the team at MUII-Plus has built both human and infrastructure capacity to cope with national pressure applied with COVID-19, as well as other infectious diseases.
In this blog, the Sub-Saharan African Network for TB/HIV Research Excellence (SANTHE) explores the impact of HIV on the antibody responses in COVID-19 as well as the opportunity for science and art in community engagement.
For World Water Day 2021 our partner platform, F1000Research, has featured two interviews with AAS Open Research-published researchers, focussed on novel opportunities for providing safe and clean drinking water and sanitation in Africa.
In this blog post, we explore the effects the COVID-19 pandemic has had on mental health in Africa and how the DELTAS Africa-funded African Mental Health Research Initiative (AMARI) has responded by offering support and engaging communities in educational campaigns to reduce the gap in resources in the future.
Fiona Luboga from MUII-Plus introduces the new MUII-Plus Gateway on AAS Open Research, as we highlight some of the top articles to look out for from the new Gateway.
In this blog post, we take a closer look at how IDeAL researchers are working with the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme (KWTRP) to understand and combat COVID-19 in Kenya. From Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) testing and data collection to engaging the public with the science behind the pandemic, we explore the benefits of a multidisciplinary approach to tackling COVID-19.
Pamela Andanda (University of Witwatersrand) and Jennifer Maroa, (African Academy of Sciences) discuss Africa’s data and biospecimen governance and policies.