Professor Yaye Kene Gassama Dia, Minister of Scientific Research of Senegal

Professor Yaye Kene Gassama Dia, Minister of Scientific Research of Senegal

Dr. Narcisco Matos, executive director, Foundation for Community Development, Mozambique, and keynote speaker at ASADI III.

H. Jennifer Bynkatonda, Ministry of State for Water, Uganda

Dr. Moctar Toure, a soil scientist and founding member, National Academy of Sciences and Technologies of Senegal, talking to the media

Attendees at ASADI III

Panelists at ASADI III

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Attendees at ASADI III.

Attendees at ASADI III.

Attendees at ASADI III.

Bensen Engr Ajisegiri, a Nigerian water engineer, discussed water challenges facing Sub-Saharan Africa

Philip Musgrove presenting findings of latest edition of Disease Control Priorities Project

Professor Daniel Lantum of Cameroon presiding over a session on water and disease

Ugandan water official H. Jennifer Bynkatonda

Prof. Paul Mugambi. President, Ugandan Academy of Sciences

Prof. Souleymane Niang. President, National Academy of Sciences and Technologies of Senegal

Eiman Karar of the South African Water Research Commission

Jean-Marc Fleury, executive director of WFSJ

National Academy of Sciences and Technologies of Senegal headquarters, Dakar, Senegal

Patrick Kelley, director of the U.S. National Academies' Board on African Science Academy Development Initiative

ASADI III Closing Ceremony

William Anderson of the U.S. National Academies leads session on natural disasters

Dr. Gabriel Ogunmula, Former President of the Nigerian Academy of Sciences

Diran Onifade, Nigerian television correspondent and vice president of the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ)

James M. Hughes of Emory University moderates session on water and disease

Joel Breman of the Fogarty International Center of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, presents on malaria

Gerald Keusch, Provost and Associate Dean for global health at Boston University, discusses causes of diarrhea in Africa and most effective interventions

Diran Onifade, Nigerian television correspondent and vice president of the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ), and Jean-Marc Fleury, executive director of WFSJ