Please register to attend by following the link on the right and stay tuned for more details on the agenda in April. We kindly request that you RSVP by June 8. We encourage attendance by interested faculty, PhD students, postdocs, researchers, implementing partners, practitioners, and policymakers. Please note that there are no registration fees for the Summit, though attendees are expected to cover the costs of their own travel and accommodation. We have a small fund available to sponsor select African scholars to attend, see below for details.
THE BURSARY APPLICATION IS CLOSED.
There is also the opportunity for bursary participants to present a poster, please see here for more information and to apply. We will inform applicants if they have been selected by early May.
THE APPLICATION FOR POSTER SUBMISSIONS IS CLOSED.
CEGA invites academics, practitioners, and international development organizations to submit a poster for the Summit. We will highlight posters from both individuals and organizations in two different categories:
1) [Individual] Research Abstract: Researchers are welcome to submit a poster showcasing early-stage research or to disseminate policy-relevant research).
2) [Individual or Organization] Programmatic Learnings and Opportunities: We welcome individuals or organizations who have conducted capacity strengthening activities for African scholars to showcase their successes and learnings. This can include, but is not limited to curriculum development in evaluation methods, mentorship programs, short term trainings, inclusive journal policies, etc). This is also an opportunity for organizations to highlight relevant upcoming opportunities for African scholars.
The deadline to apply is April 25, 2022 11:59 PM PST. Please see here for more information.
Please see a draft agenda for the event here (subject to changes). Our confirmed speakers thus far:
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