Over 500 people with varying eye complications have benefitted from the support of Harambee Africa International (HAI), a Catholic Development foundation that is presently targeting persons in Nigeria’s “rural and marginalized communities”.
Harambee Africa International (HAI), a Catholic Development foundation supporting African countries, is inviting digital communicators to participate in its Artificial Intelligence (AI) training at a university in Rome.
Harambee Africa International (HAI), a Rome-based Catholic development agency, is rallying for funds to support projects in select African countries.
Part of the upcoming 20th Anniversary of Harambee Africa International (HAI) celebrations in Rome will be dedicated to the ingenuity of the youth in African countries.
A Nigerian microbiologist is working under the Guadalupe Grant of Harambee Africa International (HAI) to find a possible way to contain the severity of a parasitic disease that is affecting millions of people in the West African country.
Women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) are dying in large numbers from cervical cancer for lack of early detection of a virus that results in the cancer, a female scientist researching the deadly disease has said.
Harambee Africa International (HAI) is collaborating with prestigious international research centres to provide scholarships to young African scientists who will be required to give back to their communities in the areas of health and environment.
Young African storytellers who missed the deadline for the ninth Harambee International Award have been given an opportunity to make their submissions for the coveted prize.
The leadership of Harambee Africa International, the Rome-based international Catholic association established to enhance various realities in Sub-Saharan Africa, has decried the low uptake of COVID-19 vaccines among African countries, warning that the trend puts the whole world at risk of a protracted pandemic.
Ways of reversing trends demonstrating that women in Sub-Saharan Africa seem to be lagging behind in the exercise of their leadership in the various spheres of life including their presence in politics, economic, and even scholarship spheres will be the focus of the Saturday, November 16 presentations at the University of Holy Cross (P. Università della Santa Croce) in Rome under the auspices of Harambee Africa International, the association’s Vice President, Manuel Sanchez told ACI Africa.