Africa’s first francophone bioethics chair
official installation of UNESCO’s first francophone Africa chair of bioethics
took place at the University of Bouaké in the Côte d’Ivoire capital of Abidjan.
For English-speaking African countries, the bioethics chair is based at Egerton University in Kenya.
the ceremony in July the university’s president Lazare Poamé, a chief proponent
of studies in bioethics in the mid-1990s, described the installation as “one of
the greatest intellectual events in the history of this university”. ~ University World News, Aug 8
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