New Partners In Sierra Leone, Uganda, & Thailand
The following year, we returned to Sierra Leone to run a programme at Fourah Bay College, the oldest University in West Africa, where we hosted over 100 students for two weeks.
Partnering with the African Rural University (the first all-women university in Africa) in Uganda, we launched our first all-female programme.
We also expanded to Asia, partnering with Srinakharinwirot University in Bangkok, Thailand.
Expansion In Sierra Leone
Our professors returned to our partners in Sierra Leone, Thailand and Uganda.
Our Sierra Leone operations expanded with us teaching a programme at the Univeristy of Sierra Leone’s Institute of Public Management and Administration (IPAM) and an infectious disease prevention workshop at the university’s College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences (COMAHS).
Think Tank Presents First Conference
First Francophone Programme
Prowibo Becomes Official UK Charity
In January, Prowibo was offically recognised by the UK Charity Commission, opening up new opportunities for funding.
Think Tank's First Online Conference
Our think tank organised it’s first online conference on ‘Higher Education in the Time of COVID-19: Challenges and Opportunities of Online Learning.’
Our Study Published By UNESCO
Our two year study on Equitable Access to Online Education was published by UNESCO at the World Higher Education Conference. A research video based on these experiences was made in conjunction with students from Richmond, the American University in London
New Partners In Kenya, Nepal, And Nigeria
We returned to in-person programmes, reaching 704 students across 9 countries.
We began new partnerships running programmes with Back To Basics, a women-led grassroots organization based in Kenya; University of Lagos in Nigeria; the Ministry of Youth and Sports in Guinea; and the Institute for Integrated Development Studies (IIDS) in Nepal.