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Cornell University’s Alliance for Science announces 2018 Global Leadership Fellows

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Cornell University’s Alliance for Science has released the 2018 cohort of its of Global Leadership Fellows.

The fellows, 27 in number, represent eight countries across Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa.

The Cornell Alliance for Science seeks to promote access to scientific innovation as a means of enhancing food security, improving environmental sustainability, and raising the quality of life globally.

The organisation is building a global network of science allies who share our commitment to solve complex global hunger issues by leveraging advances in agriculture, including biotechnology.

See full list below:

Ghana

Abigail Dankwah Ntiamoah

Evans Okomeng

Reuben Quainoo

Kenya

Gerald Andae

Kenneth Monjero Igadwa

Zola Kazira Madaga

Verenardo Meeme

Nigeria

Etta Michael Bisong

Chibuike Emmanuel

Yewande Kazeem

Chidi Okereke

Okon Odiong Unung

Tracy Uzoigwe

Phillipines

Taikee Calleja

John Albert Caraan

Ramona Nieva

Tanzania

Louis Juma Baraka

Calvin Edward Gwabara

Uganda

Victoria Mbigidde

Alfred Namaasa

Winniefred Nanteza

Jonan Twinamatsiko

Zambia

Veronica Mwaba

Zimbabwe

Knowledge Chikundi

Kudzai Mafuwe

Rumbidzai Pamela Magwiro

Samantha Salimu

See profiles of fellows HERE.

2 Comments

  1. sika

    September 11, 2018 at 2:28 pm

    basically to train people to push their gmo narrative.

  2. Njideka

    September 11, 2018 at 4:12 pm

    Interesting. Read about them and I’m looking forward to them sharing biotech knowledge with others

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