Science for Africa is a non-profit organization based in New York City with the mission to develop scientific capacity in sub-Saharan Africa through the establishment of strategic, balanced, and mutually beneficial research partnerships between scientists there and their peers in North America and Europe.

The organization facilitates the identification of research collaborators for projects conducted or planned at institutions in sub-Saharan Africa in research fields that include food, nutritional health, water, energy, agriculture, bio-medicine, ecology, biodiversity, and conservation.

Science for Africa is ready to help broadcasters by providing relevant African scientists for debates on major topics when needed in a Avenir Show originating in Africa and agrees if such sequence is deemed useful for any Broadcaster around the world.

For more information and identifying a scientist on Science for Africa, please visit, or reach out to  with any questions.