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
The African scientist making enduring connections between Cambridge and Africa
Dr Pauline Essah, the Cambridge-Africa Programme Manager, is interviewed by 'This Cambridge Life'.
Cambridge-Africa wins a Professional Services Recognition Scheme Award
Award presented for the category 'We respect others and value diversity' on 11th December
Access to Medicines: Addressing Inequities in Recipient Communities
Goylette Chami speaks at the ISNTD on redefining the access to medicines for #NTDs
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
Black Cantabs: History Makers New Exhibition at University Library Opens
1st October - 31 December
Come and see the celebration of Black Cantabs' contribution to Cambridge and beyond
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!
PhD scholarships starting October 2019
Cambridge-Makerere Video linked Seminars
15 November 2018Read More
Tanzanian president John Magufuli has been in the news since last weekend for three main reasons, fi...
13 November 2018Read More
Microsoft, through its 4Afrika initiative, and the Centre for Proteomic & Genomic Research (CPGR) ha...
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.
The Cambridge-Africa ALBORADA Research Fund
Mon 19 Nov
Power, authority, and community participation in primary health-care centres: contrasting evidence from health facility committees in South Kivu (DR Congo) and Burundi
Dr Jean-Benoit Falisse, University of Edinburgh
Mon 19 Nov
Dr. Harry Kuchah Kuchah, University of Leeds