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To nurture the next generation of African mathematicians and mathematical leadership.

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The African Mathematics Millennium Science Initiative (AMMSI) is a distributed network of mathematics research, training and promotion throughout sub-Saharan Africa. It has five Regional Offices located in Botswana, Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria and Senegal. It is a project established by the Millennium Science Initiative (MSI), administered by the Science Initiative Group (SIG). The primary goal of the MSI, established in 1999, is to create and nurture world-class science and scientific talent in the developing world by strengthening S&T capacity through integrated programmes of research and training, planned and driven by local scientists. For more information, see About AMMSI.

SYMPOSIUM ON THE AFRICAN WOMAN AND MATHEMATICS, 29 - 30 NOVEMBER, 2008, MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE
The African Mathematics Millennium Science Initiative (AMMSI) will organize a “Symposium on the African Woman and Mathematics” as outlined below...Read More

RESEARCH/VISITING SCIENTIST FELLOWSHIPS ANNOUNCEMENT - 2008
Applications are invited for the 2008 AMMSI Research/Visiting Scientist Fellowships for research and postgraduate teaching in mathematics to be undertaken at any university in sub-Saharan Africa, for durations ranging from one month to one year. More...


POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS ANNOUNCEMENT - 2008
Applications are invited for the 2008 AMMSI Postgraduate Scholarships, by sub-Saharan African nationals, for Ph.D, M.Sc and Postgraduate Diploma studies in mathematics, to be undertaken at any university in Africa. More...


MARM
The Nuffield Foundation: Mentoring African Research in Mathematics
In 2005 The Nuffield Foundation (www.nuffieldfoundation.org/) awarded a grant for a two-year pilot project to support mathematics and its teaching in universities in the Anglophone countries of sub-Saharan Africa. The theme of the project was chosen to be Mentoring African Research in Mathematics. Invitations were made for expressions of interest from mathematicians in the United Kingdom and from African institutions to participate in the programme. More...

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