"Why Open Access Matters to Public Health in Africa" – A talk in Nairobi

As previous posts have mentioned, Gavin Yamey is currently on a Kaiser Foundation-funded fellowship in global reporting in Sudan and East Africa. He is giving a talk on Tuesday, August 4th at the KEMRI/Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Nairobi, Kenya (click here to see a map showing the location in Nairobi).

The talk is entitled “Why Open Access Matters to Public Health in Africa” and it will be held between 10am and 11am local time.

The full address is KEMRI/Wellcome Trust Research Programme (next to NASCOP), KNH Compound, Nairobi, Kenya. Apparently the room is small, but feel free to pass on the details to anyone in Nairobi (or elsewhere) who might be interested in the event.

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