Seven Cambridge University PhD students participated in the Africa Science Week in Niger
Led by Halimatou Hima, Next Einstein Forum Ambassador for Niger and Cambridge-Africa Scholar
The Next Einstein Forum’s Africa Science Week is Africa’s annual celebration of science and technology...Read more
African academics collaborate on Cambridge Research Office programme
Academics from across sub-Saharan Africa gathered in Cambridge this week to share knowledge and attend talks on how to build greater capacity in ...Read more
Uganda Cancer Institute team visit Cambridge
Developing a new collaboration between researchers in Cambridge and the Uganda Cancer Institute
UCI Director, Dr Jackson Orem, shares his thoughts post his visit to Cambridge. Read more
THRiVE AGM in Uganda
Respiratory medicine, meningitis, mosquitoes... a THRiVE experience!
Robin Gore, Adult Respiratory Clinician, Cambridge University Hospitals on meeting the THRiVE community at the 2019 AGM. Read more
Cambridge - Africa supported a scientific training workshop in Benin Republic
‘Reach and Teach Science in Africa’
Strengthening Agricultural Research Capacity to Tackle Food Insecurity in Africa
Abomey-Calavi University, Benin Republic, 1st-5th April 2019Read more
The Queen hears about ALBORADA funded project on cowpea
Dr Bentley presents the University of Ghana - NIAB project during the Queen's visit to Cambridge
This Project was a partnership between Dr Bentley, NIAB, Cambridge and Dr Eleblu from (WACCI) at the University of Ghana.Read more
Cambridge-Makerere Video linked Seminars
12 August 2019Read More
A study led by researchers at Copenhagen University has highlighted the potential use of used rapid ...
5 August 2019Read More
Cancer has been a neglected area of health care scrutiny and provision in Sub Saharan Africa. A rece...
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.