Kenya Launches First Ever Science Media Centre

Nairobi, Kenya:  Kenya has launched the first-ever Africa Science Media Centre (AfriSMC) to help serve Scientists, Media stakeholders, and Journalists across Africa.

Based in Nairobi under the sponsorships of Science Africa and partners, the AfriSMC is the first Science Media Centre to be established in Africa, with a view to bolstering effective science journalism on the continent. 

The AfriSMC will provide accurate and evidence-based information on Science, Technology, and Innovation (STIs) including Health, Agriculture, and Engineering for the benefit of the public and policymakers. 

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