IDRC congratulates Nana Ama Browne Klutse, Jessica Nosizwe Paula Rose Thorn, and N’Datchoh Evelyne Touré. Each of these outstanding African mathematical scientists will receive up to CA$39,000 to conduct research in an African host institution.
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The Democratic Republic of Congo is facing violence and growing, ever-evolving urban crime in a time of unstable institutions and security, soaring urbanization, increasing inequality, and a chronic lack of basic public service including employmen
Recent armed conflicts in eastern Congo and Burundi have resulted in unprecedented degradation of natural resources, massive displacement of populations toward fragile ecosystems and a breakdown of local institutions governing collective natural r