The Professional Fellows Program on Inclusive Disability Employment is now accepting applications for the 2019 spring cohort. The fellowship will enable Tanzanian, Kenyans and Ugandans interested in inclusive employment to spend five weeks learning about disability policy and practices at a university center in the U.S. Please submit your applications by November 19th at https://pfp-idefellowship.org.
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The Mwalimu Nyerere African Union Scholarship Scheme was launched in 2007 with the aim of contributing to the production and retention of high calibre African human capital for sustainable development of the continent in critical development areas, while promoting regional integration through intra-African mobility of students. The Scholarship Scheme is intended to enable young Africans to study in leading African Universities with a binding agreement that beneficiaries will work in an African
country for at least the same duration of scholarship period after graduation.
The Pan African University (PAU) is the culmination of continental initiatives of the Commission of the African Union to revitalize higher education and research in Africa, under the Second Decade of Education for Africa and the consolidated Plan of Action of Science and Technology for Africa. It will exemplify excellence, enhance the
attractiveness and global competitiveness of African higher education and research and establish the African University at the core of Africa’s development.