Cambridge-Africa

University of Lagos Nigeria

Mr Damilola Adebayo, a Cambridge-Africa PhD Scholar, Speaks to Nigerian Students in Lagos

During a field visit to Nigeria, Mr Adebayo had an informative discussion with a group of 100 graduate students at the University of Lagos.Read more 

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Access to Medicines: Addressing Inequities in Recipient Communities

Goylette Chami speaks at the ISNTD on redefining the access to medicines for #NTDs

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Research Horizons Africa Special

Collaboration with Africa

This issue celebrates partnerships that have made Cambridge one of the world’s leading universities for engaging with African Research.Read more 

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Generation 'Z' Photography Exhibition - life in urban Lusaka, Zambia

Exhibition at the Centre for African Studies and its library, 3rd Floor Alison Richards Building

2 October - 21 December 2018
Private View, Thursday 11 October 2018 from 5-7 pm, all welcome!

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Cambridge-Africa Scholar Warren Arinaitwe's Outreach in Uganda

Workshop for smallholders on crop management

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Malaria cases cut by 94% between 2003 -2015 in Zanzibar

A paper in BMC Medicine reported that the number of new cases of malaria dropped by 94% between 2003...

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Tackling Infections to Benefit Africa Research Awards

The Tackling Infections to Benefit Africa initiative announced four flagship projects on 30 January ...

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About the Cambridge-Africa programme

Established in 2008, Cambridge-Africa is an umbrella programme at the University of Cambridge that comprises a range of proactive, coordinated, multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary initiatives in Cambridge and Africa that help to strengthen research capacity and scholarship in African universities and research institutes.

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Upcoming Events

Wed 27 Feb

The dynamics of haemorrhagic fever in Africa

Departmental Seminar - Department of Veterinary Medicine

Thu 28 Feb

Slavery and its Legacies at Cambridge

Panel Discussion, LG19, Faculty of Law

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