Connect virtually with ELN staff and global partners in South Africa, Tanzania and Nigeria to discuss the infinite possibilities for collaborative projects! We will discuss our partners' work, their respective organizations and the ways you can get started with exciting projects that you help create! There are opportunities for students in any area of study to get involved!
Jason Torreano of Inkululeko is a champion of transformative educational opportunities for South African youth. A Department of Basic Education report shows that in South Africa less than a third of students finish grade 12 by the age of 18, and Inkululeko seeks to change that in a big way by meeting tomorrow's leaders where they're at today.
He is looking for UB students to contribute through tutoring, mentoring, website and social media development, grant writing or other types of engagement based on interest.
Join the ELN for a conversation with Stephen Marwa, Executive Director of Hope Revival Children’s Organization in Mara, Tanzania. Learn about past UB projects that have laid the foundation for exciting growth and development in Raranya, a pilot community committed to building capacity around sanitation and water, women’s empowerment, and economic development. Explore emerging opportunities for student projects and collaboration focusing on interlocking soil stabilized bricks, women’s empowerment, renewable energy and early childhood education. All students and project ideas are welcomed.
Join ELN for a conversation with Dr. Martins Ogundeji (Executive Director) and Gideon Adeniyi (Program Officer) from Primary Health Care and Management (PriHEMAC) in Oyo State Nigeria. PriHEMAC seeks to promote the health status and well-being of susceptible members of the community with a focus on the elderly as well as mothers and children. PriHEMAC provides day care services, consultancy, advocacy research and partnership activities, and trainings. Learn about past student projects focusing on elderly friendliness, public health, and digital badges, and explore new and emerging opportunities and priorities for engagement. Students from all backgrounds and levels are welcomed.