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University project supports future scientists in Africa

Posted on 24 April 2015 by Judith Hall

Experts from Cardiff University are supporting future scientists in Africa who are failing to graduate because of poor maths knowledge. Cardiff’s School of Mathematics is teaming up with counterparts in […]

Skills lab training for Namibian Medical Students

Posted on 14 April 2015 by Judith Hall

What am I doing here in Namibia?  Anaesthetic education in the School of Medicine has been lacking and the students cann't progress unless they have had some training and their […]

Meet our Phoenix Educational Development Mentors over tea and homemade cake!

Posted on 25 February 2015 by Judith Hall

With the new Academic Year starting in UNAM, the launch of their new logo, and the final validation adjustments for their new Advanced Diploma in Higher Education (ADHE) going through, […]

Python Namibia 2015: Cardiff Students’ Perspective

Posted on 24 February 2015 by Chris Juniper

Authors: - Geraint Palmer and Jason Young It has been a massive honour to be a part of Python Namibia 2015 and the Phoenix project, which works in tandem with the […]

A Door Opens for Namibian Anaesthesia​

Posted on 13 February 2015 by Chris Juniper

Two full on weeks of Anaesthesia Education Namibia are over. Its been a privilege for myself, Drs. Terblanche,  Hasan and Lloyd to be part of these doctors' lives (thankfully Dr Lloyd passed the […]

A Celebration: Python Namibia 2015

Posted on 11 February 2015 by Chris Juniper

Python Namibia is over,  after a huge effort of will by all concerned, it was an enormous success.  As it closed the students of Namibia formed PyNam: its over to them […]

Halfway through: Windhoek and Rundu

Posted on 9 February 2015 by Chris Juniper