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Academic support for Africa (African web site) is a non for profit web site dedicated to advancing science and technology in Africa by serving as a platform for D-base and networking of African scientists, university professors and researchers through which they will introduce among each other so that they will be able to share Knowledge and experiences between and among themselves, develop and conduct collaborative research projects across African countries and institutions aimed at solving specific and common problems of the societies in Africa, serves as a platform for networking of African graduate students enrolled in several universities in Africa through which they will be able to communicate among each other to exchange Knowledge and learn one from another, and communicate fellow African scientists, university professors and researchers so that they will get advise in designing their thesis research, receive comments and suggestions on their draft theses and dissertations from relevant professors. All these will ultimately contribute to improve economic, social, cultural, environmental and political developments of Africa.
Thus, we kindly and earnestly invite you to explore the web site, register and contribute to the objectives and goals of this website. However, we would like to bring to your attention that contribution to advancement of science and technology in Africa isn’t limited to African scientists, researchers, professors and students only. Contributions from any scientist, organizations and volunteers from any corner of the world are also highly encouraged and welcomed.
Let us integrate Africa not only physically, economically and politically but also through the integration of the knowledge, skills and expertises of its People!!
Nelson Mandela (1918 – 2013) Nelson Mandela was an active member of the fight against apartheid in South Africa. Mandela was imprisoned for over 27 years for trying to overthrow the apartheid regime. He was released in 1990 and became the first democratically elected President of South Africa in 1994. His magnanimous personality helped to heal the rift between the white and black populations.
Haile Selassie (1892 – 1975) Emperor of Ethiopia from 1930. Selassie became an inspirational figure in the movement for African independence for the way he resisted the Italian invasion of Ethiopia during the 1930s.
Chinua Achebe (1930 – 2013) Nigerian, novelist. He authored the best-selling 1958 classic; Things Fall Apart which has made him into one of the best selling African authors.
Kwame Nkrumah (1909 – 1972) Led the Gold Coast to independence from colonial rule and became President of the new country – Ghana. A leading advocate of Pan-Africanism and African independence.