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Zambian tales: let’s get going

Posted on 2 September 2014 by Jeff Clark

Wales for Africa: Art, but not just for art’s sake

Posted on 18 August 2014 by Chris Juniper

The Wales for Africa Health Links Annual Conference took place in July.  It was a great success with over 100 delegates and everyone was delighted that the Health Minister Mark […]

Mothers of Africa Sepsis Summer Ball

Posted on 13 August 2014 by Chris Juniper

Here are the final photographs, courtesy of fabulous king of sepsis volunteers, Dr Paul Morgan.  It was a lot of fun, so much fun that we've decided to do it again next year. […]

Paul Crompton: recognition for a life spent communicating

Posted on 11 August 2014 by Jeff Clark

The Louis Schmidt award is the highest award of the international BioCommunications Association and  This award was recently given to Mr Paul Crompton,  Photographer and Director of Media Resources, […]

Cardiff and Namibia Universities ready for joint operations

Posted on 6 August 2014 by Chris Juniper

And so an important week draws to a close in the the life of our fledgling Phoenix Project.  After the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding however, there were still important […]

Cardiff and Namibia Universities sign a Memorandum of Understanding

Posted on 31 July 2014 by Chris Juniper

It felt like an important occasion, it was an important occasion. Our two universities have entered into an agreement to work together in pursuit of better education for both countries and […]

Science Matters in Namibia

Posted on 30 July 2014 by Chris Juniper

One of the three project areas for our collaboration is 'Science Thinking'.  University of Namibia have specifically asked for staff strengthening in this area: one thing is certain, they do […]

Progress in Partnership: Namibia and Cardiff Universities

Posted on 29 July 2014 by Chris Juniper

                         The Phoenix project is well underway.  Who were the Phoenicians?  Seekers, adventurers and traders from the ancient world and in […]

Mothers of Africa, UK Sepsis Trust Summer Ball

Posted on 24 July 2014 by Chris Juniper

Lots of fun and we made some money for both charities.  Were you there? If you weren't then you're bound to know someone who was. Take a peek and enjoy the photos, […]

Sewing: both for and with women, in Africa

Posted on 15 July 2014 by Jeff Clark

A report by Cerys Richards In the developing world many women sadly die from puerperal sepsis or ‘childbed fever’. This is a condition that results from an infection of the […]