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First Women Scientists Receive Guadalupe Scholarships

The first women scientists from Africa who carried out research thanks to the Guadalupe Scholarship Program sponsored by Harambee were Dalene Kembabazi from Uganda and Celine Tendobi from D.R.Congo.

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Ugandan Doctor Wins 2020 Harambee Prize

A graduate of Makerere University in Uganda, Dr. Irene Kyamummi has worked for over ten years to provide health care for children in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya.

Social initiatives

Scholarships in Honor of Guadalupe's Beatification

Donations made on the occasion of Guadalupe's beatification will provide scholarships to help 100 African women carry out scientific research and further their studies.

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A Glance at ISSI Nursing School in the Congo

Since 1997, the Higher Institute of Nursing Sciences (ISSI) has trained nurses to provide quality, personalized care for patients and their families. These interviews with those who organize and benefit from ISSI offer a closer glimpse. ISSI also receives financial support from Harambee International.

Social initiatives

Harambee Social Projects and the Beatification

Harambee Africa International, in conjunction with the organizing committee for the beatification of Alvaro del Portillo, is inviting people to assist four African social and educational initiatives begun by Bishop Alvaro del Portillo.

Documentation

Harambee celebrates 10th anniversary

Harambee's work focuses on 40 education and communication projects in 18 African countries. The programs aim to get the African people themselves involved in the projects.

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Presentation for Harambee in New York

Harambee, a charitable foundation established in 2002 on the occasion of the canonization of the founder of Opus Dei, launches fundraising efforts in NYC.

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