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My journey to becoming a researcher in malaria prevention and control began with the invaluable support of the Consortium for Advanced Research Training in
Olufunke Fayehun, CARTA’s co-focal person at the University of Ibadan, has been promoted to Professor in the Department of Sociology. Before her promotion, Fayehun
James Kang’ethe, Cohort 10, and a PhD candidate in the Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Nairobi received the prestigious
  Lilian Njagi, cohort 9, graduate from the University of Nairobi, attended the second EU-Africa PerMed summer school that took place from May 21-23,
Imagine a secret green garden filled with plants that can cure your diseases. For thousands of years, people have acknowledged the healing power of
Imagine a world where the buzzing of mosquitoes no longer signals the threat of malaria. This isn’t a far-off dream, it’s a vision coming
This year’s World Tuberculosis (TB) Day focused on the theme “Yes! We can end TB,” which was also last year’s theme. It is important
In science, like in many fields, gender disparity persists but my journey as an African female scientist stands as a powerful testament to the
Recently appointed as the Head of the Department (HoD) of Social Work in the School of Human and Community Development, University of Witwatersrand (Wits),
Sexual harassment (SH) is a complex issue, particularly in academic settings, where it includes requests for sexual favors and verbal or physical sexual activities
CARTA is committed to strengthening institutional capacity in research through a comprehensive and multifaceted approach. This is in recognition that sustainable research capacity requires
Informal caregivers (ICs), who are family members, relatives or friends of hospitalized patients are a regular sight around hospitals in Nigeria. ICs help inpatients
CARTA is proud to have had one of its graduates, Samuel Mwaniki (cohort 8 graduate, University of Nairobi) in the second cohort of the
CARTA is celebrating the award of a grant from the second phase of the Developing Excellence in Leadership, Training and Science in Africa (DELTAS
In this Q&A with CARTA Communications, Melvin Ojo Agunbiade, CARTA focal person for Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) and cohort 3 graduate reflects on his

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