The African Academy of Sciences (AAS) is an Africa-wide scientific organisation,with a view to honouring internationally renowned African scientists and also to encourage the development of the research and technology base throughout Africa.The membership has since then been extended to scientists from other continents.
The AAS was founded in 1985 in Trieste, Italy with 33 members as the founding fellows. The membership has over the years grown tremendeously and now stands at 233, covering 36 African countries and also includes 12 Associate Fellows
It is a great pleasure for me to send to you the March 2014 issue of the Science and Policy Newsletter of the African Academy of Science (AAS) called “SCIENCE*POLICY*AFRICA”.
The Annual Report of the African Academy of Sciences for the year 2013.
The AAS Strategic Plan 2013-2018 was launched early in 2013, and this Annual Report is structured to enable review of the achievements against the goals and strategies presented in the Monitoring and Evaluation log frame of the Strategic Plan.