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Globally, it is an established fact that Earth science is not as present as other science disciplines (e.g., biology, physics, mathematics). In many African countries, Earth science appears at the end of high-school, if not at the university. This situation represents a major challenge for students selecting Earth related subjects at university level.

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Dr. Josphat Mulwa of the Department of Geology, University of Nairobi, was nominated as a facilitator during the On-site Inspection Regional Introductory Course for the African Region held at Arniston, Western Cape in the Republic of South Africa from 9-18 April 2016.



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Kenya School of Monetary Studies
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The Royal Society’s prestigious Newton International Fellows recently opened for applications (CLOSING DATE 9TH MARCH, 2016).  This scheme is for non-UK early career scientists and it offers them an opportunity to spend two years conducting research in the UK. 



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Kenya School of Monetary Studies
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AfriWatSan is developing the scientific evidence to inform policies and practices that sustain low-cost, on-site water supplies and sanitation systems in urban Africa and to strengthen the capacity of individuals and institutions to conduct this vital research.

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Kenya School of Monetary Studies
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The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program is a $500 million, 10-year initiative to educate and prepare young people – particularly from Africa – to lead change and make a positive social impact in their communities.

The Scholars Program provides young people from economically disadvantaged communities who have demonstrated academic talent and leadership potential with access to quality and relevant education.



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Kenya School of Monetary Studies
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