Royal Academy of Engineering reports impact on sustainable development in sub-Saharan Africa ahead of World Engineering Day

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A graduate student under the HEPSAA programme in Rivatex, a textile factory in Nairobi (Source: Royal Academy of Engineering | 1 month ago)

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University of Sierra Leone Heads of Dept visit Imperial College London campus (Source: Royal Academy of Engineering | 1 month ago)

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HEPSSA 2020: The Royal Academy of Engineering is helping to develop innovative solutions to a range of impending and accelerating challenges. Working with local higher education and engineering organisations, it is helping to grow engineering capacity and support sustainable development across 23 countries in sub-Saharan Africa through two key programmes: Higher Education Partnerships in Sub-Saharan Africa (HEP SSA) and GCRF Africa Catalyst. (Source: Royal Academy of Engineering | 1 month ago)

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HEPSSA Warri Biodigester: The Royal Academy of Engineering; Higher Education Partnership and Sub-Saharan African grant Award to support the construction of a bio-gas plant by engineering students in Nigeria. (Source: Royal Academy of Engineering | 1 month ago)

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