If you missed out on this years’ Summit at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea, or wanted another look, here’s an outline of the day.Keynote speakers included the Minister for Skills and Science, Julie James, who provided an overview of the 10 years of the Wales for Africa programme, Cat Jones Head of Hub Cymru Africa on 10 years of partnerships, Nassra Juma Mohamed, the Zanzibar Women’s Football Team Head Coach who discussed women’s empowerment through sport and Peter...
18 March 201616.00 – 21.00
Monday 7 March 2016
We had the pleasure of welcoming the Uganda High Commissioner, His Excellence Julius Peter Moto and Mr Godfrey Kwoba, trade attache to meet Wales Africa activists, Welsh businesses, Cardiff Univeristy and members of the diaspora community.
WHEN: Thursday, 22 September 2016 from 14:30 to 18:00 (BST) – Add to Calendar
Butetown History and Arts CentreBute StreetCF10 5LF CardiffUnited Kingdom
The Wales Africa Hub’s new grants scheme totals £180,000 per year, including a minimum £50,000 per year ring-fenced for health activities. This scheme will enable groups throughout Wales to access funding for small-scale Wales-Africa projects. This replaces funding previously available through Wales Africa Community Links, Fair Trade Wales and the Wales for Africa Health Links grants scheme.
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 Network, Fair Trade Wales and the Wales International Development Hub.