Like every year, World Africa Day is an opportunity for us to learn more together with experts of African nationality. The objective is the same as always: to give a voice to Africa and to listen to it, in...
Franca Ovadje, a Nigerian economist, has received the HARAMBEE AWARD 2022 for the Promotion and Equality of the African Woman for her academic and professional merits, as well as for the great social work she has been doing on...
Covid-19. In the post-emergency period, Harambee’s commitment to more efficient healthcare continues
Data on the spread of the pandemic in most African countries are uncertain due to fragile control systems. Available information reports lower morbidity and lethality
There are 6 young scholarship holders from Pointe Noire who attend the Institute of Nursing Sciences ISSI
Harambee’s initiative aimed at students who, through their daily study, actively participate in a path of awareness and solidarity continues with success. New study rooms have been activated in Milan, Genoa, Verona and Bologna where, during a set period...
Harambee’s 2021 project for EFA family farming schools has come to an end. More than 50 families have been able to strengthen their skills,
A meeting with Franca Ovadje, an academic and consultant, who for over twenty years has been committed to promoting leadership in Nigeria, particularly of women.
The new call for scholarships for young African women scientists has been published. The “Guadalupe” Programme will offer a training period abroad in the best international research institutes.
Registration is open for the new edition of the seminar on digital communication for non-profit organisations: “Trust and Reputation. How to manage two key elements in the life of institutions”.
Prof. Eduard Talamàs, Assistant Professor of Economics at IESE Business School, will be the last guest of the year
#Zooming in on Africa: Omicron variant. While the international community decides whether to be more or less generous with vaccines, Africa is aiming for self-sufficiency.
Fewer than 5 out of 100 Africans are immunised in Africa; a delay that experts claim may have favoured the emergence of the South African variant of Covid-19 -Omicron- that runs rapidly from South Africa to Europe,
On 12 and 13 November the annual Harambee “International Meeting” takes place, this year again in presence! It is an important moment of confrontation between the different national committees
Marcelle Yao, chemist and pharmacist and lecturer at the FHB University in Abidjan (Ivory Coast) is among the latest recipients of the ‘Guadalupe’ scholarship programme supported by Harambee.
In view of the difficulties linked to Covid-19 and in order to accommodate numerous requests, the Competition’s organising committee has decided to postpone the deadline for submitting entries to 30 August 2022.
In the Kolara area, in the far north of Cameroon, training activities for small farming families continue. Improving techniques and protecting the environment are the main objectives to ensure the sustainability of income-generating activities.
The Association was founded in Rome in 2002, on the occasion of the canonisation of Josemaría Escrivá, founder of Opus Dei. The idea of the founders was to give back the gift received by committing themselves to enhance the...
Since the beginning of 2020, the world has been facing a global epidemic of COVID-19 whose effects are most severe for the most economically and health fragile countries. The restrictions imposed have negatively affected overall living conditions:
Ensuring an equitable distribution of vaccines in the world: Harambee participates in a round table discussion on the commitment of Catholic-inspired institutions
Cameroon. In Douala, Thanks to Harambee, an Educational Centre of Excellence to Combat Youth Unemployment
Despite the government’s efforts, more than half of Cameroon’s population lives on less than 1 euro a day. Therefore, the need to strengthen people’s skills, especially through education and access to quality employment, is a major concern.
Thanks to the contributions collected, 300 children in the Yangala area will be able to study and grow up in safety.
Webinar H.: “Nigeria, the technological innovation that reduces the education gap “14 July 2021 h.18,00-18,40
An interview with Tunji Adegbesan, social entrepreneur, will conclude the “Harambee Dialogues” series of meetings before the summer break.
Nigeria. The Harambee scholarship programme contributes to the training of socially responsible women entrepreneurs.
In Africa, and particularly in Nigeria, entrepreneurship is a real source of empowerment for women and offers opportunities for sustainable and socially equitable economic growth. The continent has the highest rate of women entrepreneurs in the world (24%),
Kenya. The project to provide education and support to vulnerable children in Kadem has been launched.
“The next goal is the installation of solar panels for self-sufficiency in electricity and water”, says Julia Okongo, one of the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception of Ivrea who, since 1976, have been caring for the most vulnerable children,
Harambee has signed a collaboration agreement with the UNED to carry out training activities, external academic internships, studies and research projects, integration into UNED research teams of African women scientists
With the sending of the first funds, the scholarship program aimed at the most vulnerable female students of three vocational schools in Enugu city, Ibadan and Lagos has started.