Try this version
Much of the food sold in Africa’s markets contains illegal, cancer-causing products.
All straight to your inbox
Increased R&D for fighting COVID-19 in Africa is encouraging, says WHO’s Matshidiso Moeti.
Africa must not allow COVID-19 to disrupt malaria control in pregnant women, argues James Tibenderana.
To win the war against COVID-19, timely, balanced and factual information is critical, writes Elizabeth Ntonjira.
Big data can help African countries better weather the storm and survive the drought, argues Claudia Sadoff.
Protect healthcare workers from dying from disease outbreaks while in the line of duty, urges Ifeanyi M. Nsofor.
We need to ensure that Africa’s future farmers not only grow crops but careers as well, argues Sylvia Ng'eno.
Safe, reliable medicines could help Africa fight antimicrobial resistance, argues Elizabeth Shekalaghe.
Public education and multi-sectoral approaches are needed to combat aflatoxins in Africa, argues Boaz Keizire.
Improving vaccination coverage is key to universal health coverage, write Seth Berkley and Githinji Gitahi.
Factors such as lack of funding for scale-up are impeding uptake of climate change tech, writes Elizabeth Mwangi.
SciDev.Net at large