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The Cambridge-Africa Programme

Cambridge- Africa

As one of the world’s leading research-based multi-faculty universities, the University of Cambridge is committed to using its outstanding research capabilities and influence to support the development of African science. Cambridge has a wide-ranging and long term strategy of holistic engagement with African higher education institutions, through coordinated, cross-faculty research strengthening and scientific training activities, named the Cambridge- Africa Programme. It works in partnership with African universities and research institutes in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda, among others.

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Moving into the next phase of the Cambridge-Africa programme

The Cambridge-Africa Programme moved into its next phase in October 2012, with the award of a three-year $1.2 million grant by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and a four-year $1 million grant by The Alborada Trust, to enhance funding already provided by the Isaac Newton Trust, the A.G. Leventis Foundation, and the University of Cambridge for the establishment of the Cambridge-Africa Partnership for Research Excellence (CAPREx) Programme.

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