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DS-I Africa Country Guides Consultative Session

Accessing and sharing genomic and other health-related data is essential for international collaborative research. Genetic and health-related data is personal information, and as such, sharing any such data must be in line with data protection regulations. To assist researchers in navigating these regulations and to understand their impact on cross-border data sharing, the DS-I Africa Law project has developed a series of country reports on cross-border data sharing in 12 African countries, namely: South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Ghana, The Gambia, Nigeria, Kenya, Malawi, Botswana, Cameroon, and Rwanda. Join us for a webinar, which takes the form of a consultative session, where we will introduce the country reports and invite participants to provide feedback before an official launch later this year.

Date: March 28 @ 3 pm CAT


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