YoSA student Clement from Kenya YoSA student Panashe from Zimbabwe LIYSF International Flag Ceremony Africa Science Week

Young Scientists for Africa

Org #57021
Vetted since 2019
2018
year founded
$22,029
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Young Scientists for Africa (YoSA) is a registered charity supporting young African science students by: - Awarding scholarships to attend the annual London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF). - Creating a student network in Africa to enable and encourage careers in science. This is necessary because: - Extensive analysis has demonstrated that Africa needs science, not just aid, to address the socio-economic and public health challenges it faces. - Africa needs young African scientists to lead the charge on reshaping the continent and improving and saving African lives. What YoSA offers: YoSA was established to support young African science students who don't typically hav... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Clare Elwell
Clare Elwell
Organization Information
26 Purley Bury Avenue
Purley, CR81JD
United Kingdom
+447976237569
Organization Information
26 Purley Bury Avenue
Purley, CR81JD
United Kingdom
+447976237569

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Jan 10, 2023
GlobalGiving Report January 2023
Plans for the 64th London International Youth Science Forum are well underway and a number of high profile speakers have been secured including Nobel Prize Winner Professor Ben Feringa. The Forum will...
Sep 23, 2022
Report September 2022
The 63rd London International Youth Science Forum took place between 28th July and 10th August 2022. The opening ceremony was attended by Royal Patron HRH The Princess Royal and the keynote address...
May 26, 2022
Report May 2022
By Clare Elwell – Founder and Trustee The 63rd London International Youth Science Forum is fast approaching and we are excited to report that we have offered nine scholarships for African...
 
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