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Latest stories: Harambee Africa International

Chiaka Anumudu, a Nigerian Microbiologist conducting research at the University of Valencia under the Harambee Africa International Scholarship program. Credit: Harambee Africa International

Catholic Scholarship Provider Facilitating Scholar to Manage Notorious Disease in Nigeria

Nov 2, 2021

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.

Dr. Celine Tendobi at the University of Navarra in Madrid. Dr. Tendobi is a beneficiary of the Guadalupe Scholarship Project of Harambee Africa International. Credit: Harambee Africa International

Catholic Scholarship Beneficiary Hopes Medical Project Will Reduce Cancer Mortality in DRC

Nov 1, 2021

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.

Microbiologist Chiaka Anumudu, a beneficiary of Guadeloupe Scholarships Programme for African women is researching Parasitology, at the University of Valencia. Credit: Harambee Africa International

Rome-Based Catholic Entity Launches Prestigious Scholarship Project for African Scientists

Oct 31, 2021

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.

Poster announcing the 9th Harambee Africa International Award that will focus on stories of resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic. Credit: Harambee Africa International

Deadline for Rome-Based Best African Storytellers Contest “Communicating Africa”, Extended

Oct 29, 2021

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.

A poster announcing the 27 September 2021 conference organized by the Rome-based Pontifical University of the Holy Cross. Credit: Harambee Africa International

Rome-based Catholic Entity Decries Low COVID-19 Uptake in Africa, Highlights Interventions

Oct 10, 2021

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.

Three African career women, Ivorian Olga Kouassi, Cameroonian Esther Tallah, and Ivorian Karine Kouassi expected to present papers on "Women in leadership: An overview from Sub-Saharan Africa" at Università della Santa Croce on November 16, 2019 / Harambee Africa International

Reversing Negative Trend in “women and leadership in Africa”, Focus of Rome Conference

Nov 16, 2019

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.