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True to Yale’s mission as a liberal arts university, every undergraduate student is required to gain proficiency in a new language before graduating. Although Yale offers...
Leadership Forum for Strategic Impact participants posing with faculty during dinner that took place during 2017 program.
Over the last 20 years, women have increased their presence in governments across Africa, but — like their peers elsewhere — they still lag far behind men. Through its...
Yale student Lekha Tlhotlhalemaje, President of the Yale Association for African Peace and Development (YAAPD) .
Lekha Tlhotlhalemaje, a junior in Yale College and President of the Yale Association for African Peace and Development (YAAPD), is in the throes of planning YAAPD’s annual ...
Serap Aksoy and Dr. Adalgisa Caccone from Yale EEB pictured with Yale postdoctoral fellow Dr. Norah Saarman and other graduate students from Kenya and Uganda at a Tsetse Workshop
Nearly everyone has been pestered by a housefly — a dilemma easily solved with the quick deployment of a flyswatter. However, not all species of flies are so harmless or so...
Hakeem Belo-Osagie
Get creative about data. Be resilient when the electricity cuts out or a supplier doesn’t deliver. These are two pieces of advice for doing business in developing countries...
The Uganda Initiative for Integrated Management of Non-Communicable Diseases team
Twelve years ago, faculty and students from Yale and Uganda’s Makerere College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) began working and learning together with one goal: to improve...
Reverend Dr. Kwabena Opuni-Frimpong
In February of 2011, religious leaders from across Africa met in Accra, Ghana, to discuss their dual roles as people of faith and members of civil society. They sought to...