Dr Pauline Essah This Cambridge Life 2

The African scientist making enduring connections between Cambridge and Africa

Dr Pauline Essah, the Cambridge-Africa Programme Manager, is interviewed by 'This Cambridge Life'.

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Accelerating R&D and access to medicines for tropical diseases

High-level panel discussion hosted by King's College, Cambridge and the Cambridge-Africa Programme

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Cambridge-Africa wins a Professional Services Recognition Scheme Award

Award presented for the category 'We respect others and value diversity' on 11th December

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CAmbridge and Africa

Celebrating Cambridge-Africa partnerships

Cambridge Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Institutional and International Affairs writes...

We celebrate some of the partnerships that have made Cambridge one of the world’s leading universities for engaging with/supporting African research.Read more 

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Target ‘best connected neighbours’ to stop spread of infection

Goylette Chami shows the effectiveness of a simple algorithm targeting social networks in disease preventionRead more 

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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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5th Africa Together Conference, 16th June 2018, Cambridge

Theme: Pathways to a New Africa

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Smart farming innovation developed by Kenyan

Brian Bosire, awardee of an Africa Prize and Leaders in Innovation Fellowships entrepreneur, created...

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Seedballs to help with reforestation

Teddy Kinyanjui is co-founder of Seedballs Kenya a company that is producing charcoal coated seedbal...

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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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Next Einstein Forum (NEF) African Country Ambassadors (2017-19)

Three African PhD students at Cambridge University are appointed