Kenya was in September 2017 named among the leading African countries in e-health and telemedicine alongside South Africa and Ghana.

E-Healthcare and Telemedicine Take Shape in Kenya

By Iminza Keboge Published February 4, 2018 A digital service that is enabling consumers to purchase medicines and wellness products has by end of 2017 registered more than 30 000 users. MyDAWA, the service that was launched in March 2017, is said to be beneficial to consumers as it has ‘increased transparency, convenience and affordability’.

Kasirim Nwuke says countries could begin by enacting domestic laws similar to the United States of America’s Bayh-Dole Act which enables universities and non-profit organisations to own, patent and commercialise inventions that result from research funded by the government.

African Governments Urged to Increase Science and Technology Research Funding

By Khalifa Hemed Published December 10, 2017 Higher education policy should be aligned with science, technology and innovation (STI) to transform economies across Africa. Specialists meeting during the 4th Senior Experts Dialogue on Science, Technology and the African Transformation in the Senegalese capital, Dakar, have agreed that increasing funding for universities and other higher education

African Renewable Energy Projects Win Co-Development Facility competition

By Abdi Ali Published June 20, 2017 Renewable energy projects from Tanzania, Rwanda and Ghana have won US$7 million funding support. The three winning projects are said to have been selected from a technologically and geographically diverse pool of 82 entrants from 23 countries to the 2017 Access Co-Development Facility (ACF) funding support for renewable

Internet Infrastructure Security Guidelines for Africa were launched at the African Internet Summit in Nairobi, Kenya

Internet Infrastructure Security Guidelines for Africa Launched

By Khalifa Hemed Published June 8, 2017 Guidelines to help Africa create a more secure Internet infrastructure have been launched. The guidelines, touted as being the first of their kind in Africa, were unveiled by the African Union Commission and a non-governmental organisation called Internet Society during the African Internet Summit that took place in