What do others think about AidReversed?

Were are very grateful to receive support from various organisations.

the humanitarian centre
The Humanitarian Centre highlighted AidReversed in their news section. The Humanitarian Centre is a network with the aim to tackle global poverty and inequality. The Centre, which is based in Cambridge (UK), connects members of academia, industry, civil society and policy makers to positively impacting communities across the world. Go to the press release on humanitariancentre.org
audimax MEDIEN is a German careers portal publishing a monthly magazine for university students. They are reporting about AidReversed in their November 2013 edition. Go to the article on http://www.audimax.de (in German)
The German online scholarship and career network e-fellows.net is promoting AidReversed through social media. The objective of e-fellows.net is to foster talented students by offering the first online scholarships in Europe. Several thousand scholar are informed about our initiative. Go to the press release on e-fellows.net (in German)
Gates Cambridge Scholarships have been established by a donation from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to the University of Cambridge. They are promoting AidReversed in their 2013 yearbook. Go to the article on Gates Cambridge, p.13
The Training Health Researchers into Vocational Excellence in East Africa (THRiVE) partnership, led by Makerere University in Uganda, aims to strengthen institutional research capacity in East Africa. The University of Cambridge is providing training for researchers registered at the African partner universities. They promote AidReversed on their website. Go to the article on www.thrive.cam.ac.uk
We were selected as the "Scholars of the Month January 2013" by the German online scholarship and career network e-fellows.net for founding AidReversed. Thank you! Go to the article on e-fellows.net (in German)


AidReversed at the Society Fair in Cambridge

AidReversed has a stall at this year's society fair in Cambridge. Have you met us? Would you like to contribute to our book or do you have any comments? Do get in touch (mail@aidreversed.eu) and check out our facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/Aidreversed).

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