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Medical students, Mothers of Africa, Phoenix Project

Transforming Children’s Lives: in Zambia

Posted on 28 June 2017 by Chris Juniper

Blog Post Author: Professor Judith Hall Making a difference, its said such a lot. Our own lives are short and we have limited opportunities to do that ‘making a difference’ thing. We have our own struggles for our own families, but truly in Western Europe, we are better off than most any other place in the world. To
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learnR and Phoenix

Posted on 20 June 2017 by Chris Juniper

Blog Post Author: Mark Kelson, Senior Lecturer in Data Science As I write this I am on the long journey back to the UK from Namibia, exhausted but satisfied. Last weekend Dave Gillespie, Paul Brennan and I traveled to Windhoek to lead the delivery of a 3-day introductory course on R and it went very well (though
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Departmental News, Mothers of Africa

Come and drink your morning coffee for Mothers of Africa

Posted on 12 June 2017 by Chris Juniper

Judith Hall and Maria Gundy are getting ready to make you a cup of coffee (or tea) and cake on Monday morning, 26th June.  And why?  Well, we are nice people and we want to make you a coffee, however…….. in addition Mothers of Africa is raising funds for the final phase of the Shiyala Primary
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Guest posts, Phoenix Project

If There Isn’t A Bridge, Find A Canoe

Posted on 15 May 2017 by Chris Juniper

Blog Post Author: Mr Adam Cairns Why Widening Experience Opens A Door To Possibility Last autumn I was invited to visit Namibia by colleague and friend Professor Judith Hall. Judith is the driving force behind a number of development efforts directed at sub-Saharan Africa and leads Cardiff University‘s relationship with the University of Namibia. During my
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