SASA promotes youth interest in science by mentoring and operating competitive high school science fairs across Canada and internationally

SASA promotes conducting of research on topics relating to science in Africa and other regions, and disseminating the results of the research to the public

SASA promotes participation of youth in science and research, by providing workshops, classes, and conferences to teach high school students knowledge and skills helpful for them to pursue further studies at institutions of higher learning.

SASA’s ultimate mission is to advance science, improve health, economic and social development on the African continent

2020 Joint SASA and MOH Digital International Health Conference

Welcome to SASA

The Society for the Advancement of Science in Africa (SASA) is a not-for-profit international association of scientists, academic institutions, research institutions, government agencies, philanthropists and funding agencies dedicated to building an African scientific knowledge base and advancing the frontiers of science in Africa

Keep connected with SASA!

Subscribe to SASA

The sasascience@yorku.ca listserv list informs the SASA community about upcoming events, and information on topics relevant to the advancement of science in Africa. You are invited to subscribe to the sasascience listserv list.

Here is the 1,2,3 on how one can subscribe to the sasascience list.

  1. Address an email to: listserv@yorku.ca
  2. Leave subject line blank
  3. Write: subscribe sasascience

You will receive a request confirmation, followed shortly by a subscription confirmation.

Our Focus Areas

SASA’s goals are to promote and support scientific research in the seven following areas:

Agriculture
& Fisheries

Economic
Development

Education (Stem)

Energy &
Environment

Health 

Technology

WOMEN & SCIENCE
in AFRICA