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Warwick in Africa

Warwick in Africa imageWarwick in Africa (WiA) is a well-established innovative, philanthropically funded programme, developed over six years from a small student volunteering project to a multi-layered programme which supports learners, highly talented learners and their teachers with maths and English education in South Africa, Tanzania and Ghana.

Over 90,000 learners have benefited so far. Its fundamental aim is to enhance the education of young people in Africa, a direct route to liberation from poverty.

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See at first-hand the impact Warwick in Africa is achieving Watch Warwick in Africa on the BBC Lenny Henry explains the importance of Warwick in Africa

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Warwick in Africa is revolutionising our thinking in mathematics education.

Chief Director of Higher Education in South Africa, Dr Edward Mosuwe