Healthcare systems in low and middle-income countries across Africa are under-resourced despite carrying a disproportionally high burden of disease. Across the continent, there is massive demand for professionals who can translate engineering principles into the fields of health and medicine to develop and strengthen healthcare delivery systems tailored to the local environment. Read here.
We’re pleased to share an overview of Ashesi’s achievements in 2019, a year marked by significant progress in realizing our strategic priorities and building institutional momentum. Read here.
The Education Collaborative brings together institutions committed to driving high-impact education innovations as the catalyst for Africa’s transformation. Participants include public and private colleges and universities as well as a select group of secondary level institutions.
The success of our graduates as innovators tackling the continent’s toughest problems is proof that a university can effectively model, foster, and instill a culture of ethics and leadership. Here is how we do it.
We’re pleased to share our 2018 Annual Report, which celebrates our achievements and innovations over the past year, including welcoming 1,013 students, receiving our presidential charter, and completing five new buildings on campus. Read here.