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SSAP & Co to run Hub Cymru Africa

SSAP & Co to run Hub Cymru Africa

13 Aug 2018


We are proud to announce that as of April 2015, Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel has become part Hub Cymru Africa (HCA), a new collaboration bringing together the work of Wales Africa Community Links, theWales for Africa Health Links NetworkFair Trade Wales and the Wales International Development Hub.

Hub Cymru Africa is hosted by the Welsh Centre for International Affairs at the Temple of Peace in Cardiff.

HCA’s Focus

  • Health and wellbeing

  • Climate change and the environment

  • Lifelong learning

  • Sustainable livelihoods

  • Involving the most marginalised groups

  • Supporting cultural exchanges among individuals

  • Creating innovative solutions for communities living in poverty

What HCA will do​

Host an annual small grants scheme of £180,000 for small scale Wales-Africa projects

Support communication, coordination and capacity building for groups and individuals who want to work on Wales-Africa Projects

What we hope HCA will achieve

  • Wales as a globally responsible nation

  • Working in solidarity with African partners

  • Collaboration to catalyse action across Wales

  • Build upon our Fair Trade Nation Status— help create a fairer world.

Contact Us:​

Twitter: @hubcymruafrica


Phone: 02920 821 057​

Hub Cymru Africa has been funded for three years by the Welsh Government’s Wales for Africa programme.

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