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One Health and Open Source Technologies
A special call for the African Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Research
Along with Dr. Luís Falcón, leader of the GNUHealth (project adopted by the United Nations University and backed up by the Digital Public Good Alliance), I have been tasked to co-edit a special number of the African Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (ISSN: 2789-3413; DOI prefix: 10.51483/AFJHSS) devoted to One Health and Open Technologies, with the goal to create a compendium of solutions to major health issues, focusing on the most effective, safe, sustainable and easily implementable ones.
The objective is to curate and publish an open repository of viable ways to tackle major health issues affecting the African continent, its inhabitants and beyond, ensuring a way for humanity to minimize the damage made to the environment, the rest of the ecosystems and itself. Along with the already confirmed roster of authors contributing to the issue, we are extremely proud to count on Alexandra Elbakyan, founder of Sci-Hub, the most controversial project in modern science whose goal is to provide unrestricted access to all scientific knowledge.
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