• Promoting African Talent

    The Yale Young African Scholars program (YYAS) completes another successful summer in Rwanda, Ghana, and Zimbabwe, welcoming 300 of Africa's most talented high school students to its growing alumni network.

  • Discussing Current Issues and Events

    Paul Kagame, the president of the Republic of Rwanda, gave the annual Coca-Cola World Fund Lecture at Yale. During his lecture he urged audience members to seek to understand his country’s complexity and its history.

  • Capacity Building in Africa

    Yale Partnerships for Global Health, a program initially launched to help curb “African Brain Drain” marks 10 years of supporting biomedical and public health researchers throughout the Global South.

  • Expanding Recruitment Efforts

    Yale’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs expands it recruiting efforts in Africa and announces two new scholarships for African students in pursuit of Masters degrees.

The Yale Africa Initiative is an ongoing effort by Yale University to prioritize and expand its commitment to Africa.

The Initiative promotes African scholarship, contemporary discourse, and research at Yale and in Africa, strengthens Yale’s relationships with African institutions, increases career opportunities for Yale students across Africa, and attracts the best and the brightest African students to Yale.

This effort is an important part of Yale’s vision of a more open, connected, and innovative University and world.

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