Theme: “Leveraging the Potential of Science and Tech to Mitigate Challenges Associated with COVID-19 in Developing Countries”. Open from 1st October -15th November 2021. Learn more: https://www.ncst.gov.rw/1/patients-information/science-and-technology-conference-call-for-abstract
The Data Values Project will organize its First Webinar on the theme: “African Experiences on the Use of Private Data For Public Good” Date: September the 16th Registration link: http://Registration link: https://unfoundation.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUtcu-gpzsuHNX2RIsHka3qY6VIZGskdYxb The main objective of this webinar series is to explore how the private sector can pitch in and invest in data sharing, data services/products, and data
Cooperations between the people and countries of the Global South are crucial to the socio-economic development of the whole of Africa. Now more than ever, the COVID-19 pandemic makes these cooperations more beneficial. AIMS is leveraging partnerships with Institutions from the South to prepare the brightest young Africans for the job market. Today, we celebrate
As champions of#STEM literacy, we are building a sustainable pipeline of home-grown talent by equipping #Africa’s youth with the requisite scientific skills to tackle #Africa’s grand challenges.
AIMS Rwanda and the International Software Quality Institute GmbH (iSQl) will organise the first Certification Program on ISTQB CERTIFIED TESTER – Foundation Level CTFL from 8-13 March 2021. This maiden training, which will target AIMS alumni and tutors living in Rwanda will be delivered online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This virtual conference brings together researchers from Africa and Germany to discuss digitalization and how to contribute to building a more resilient global health.