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Speak Up Africa announces new African Voices of Science initiative to champion R&D in Africa

Today, Speak Up Africa announces its latest initiative, African Voices of Science, in collaboration with established scientists, researchers and health experts to generate an open public discourse on key health challenges and solutions across the continent. Through African Voices of Science, leading African scientists are communicating about the benefits of medical research and innovation, and […]

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Africa’s quest for immunity: why access to routine immunization is so crucial

By Fara Ndiaye, Deputy Executive Director at Speak Up Africa For over a year, the COVID-19 pandemic has stolen the focus of political debate and media headlines around the world. Yet, in recent months, as vaccines against COVID-19 have emerged, the pandemic has helped bring age-old issues related to vaccination against infectious disease back to […]

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World Water Day 2021: Let’s all talk about sanitation for once

By Aïda Kabo, Program Officer, Speak Up Africa   While access to water and sanitation are considered fundamental human rights, approximately one in three people in Africa still live without basic sanitation[1], in fact more people have a mobile phone than have access to a toilet. These are shocking figures that have no place in […]

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