The Southern Africa Network for Biosciences supported by the BioFISA II Programme recently held a Principles of Phytomedicine, Ethnomedicine, Science and Product Formulation course in Seychelles in collaboration with Seychelles Bureau of Standards (SBS), National Institute for Science, Technology and Innovation (NSTI) and the
The NEPAD Science Technology and Innovation Hub (NSTIH), NEPAD SANBio (Southern Africa Network for Biosciences), National Institute for Science, Technology and Innovation (NISTI) in the Republic of Seychelles in collaboration with the other key national stakeholders, African Union Commission, Ministry of Education, National Bureau of Statistics and the University of Seychelles held a training workshop on strategies of creating an enabling environment for a knowledge-based economy led by innovation in Beau Vallon, Seychelles, from 7 to 11 August 2017.
Seychelles is a beautiful country – that can hardly be denied. Surrounded by crystal clear waters, with mountains and hills towering almost overhead as you walk on the beaches, you cannot help but be impressed by your surroundings. The country is, however, very small even though it comprises more than 116 gorgeous islands.
However, this is not a travel blog or advertisement – instead, we will focus on other exciting things more relevant to what NEPAD-SANBio is all about.