Youth month activities kicked off in Zimbabwe last week at the inaugural LabHack in partnership with the National Biotech Authority (NBA), AU/NEPAD-Southern African Network of Biosciences (NEPAD-SANBio).
Africa is young – and it continues to get younger as other populations around the world are getting older. There are almost 200 million youths in Africa and, according to African Economic Outlook it is believed that the number will double by 2045.
As the next instalment on our profiling series of female scientists, we interviewed Ms Nellie Titani Amosi from Mzuzu University in Malawi. She holds a BSc degree in Forestry and is currently pursuing an MSc in Forestry and Environmental Management.