To achieve our goal of being a catalyst for public sector transformation, AIG will every year, for five years starting in 2017, fund five scholarships for outstanding West Africans from all backgrounds who are passionate about the public sector, to pursue the Master of Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government , University of Oxford. Upon graduation, AIG Scholars will be expected to return to their home country and apply their learning experience as change agents in their country’s public sector.
This exciting partnership aims to build a new generation of young African women leaders and experts to serve Africa and the world in designing and implementing development programmes in the context of the SDGs and Agenda 2063.
To support their academic achievements and skill development, DAFI scholars receive additional support through close monitoring, academic preparatory and language classes based on students’ needs, as well as psychosocial support, mentoring and networking opportunities.
Education grants are awarded to women from developing and middle-income countries who, upon obtainment of their degree, intend to work in, or with, a developing country to improve the lives of women and/or children.
We offer scholarships in over 22 designated Rhodes constituencies, as well as our Global Rhodes Scholarships.
The scholarships are funded by a number of individuals, trusts and foundations. LSTM’s Global Health programme has been designed in response to employer feedback on required global health skills and competencies.
This scheme supports postdoctoral researchers in health-related humanities and social sciences who do not hold established academic posts.
The Hague Academy specialises in practice-oriented training programmes for professionals involved in inclusive and sustainable development at the local level. Our courses combine theory and practice that result in greater awareness, inspiration an enhanced reflection and result-oriented action plans for the participant’s work back home.
Learn to deliver high-quality primary health care at scale through national community health worker programs.
The Commonwealth Medical Fellowships are for mid-career medical staff from low and middle income countries, to enhance their clinical skills. Funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), Commonwealth Medical Fellowships enable talented and motivated individuals to gain the knowledge and skills required for sustainable development.