Georgetown University has significant academic and outreach relationships in Africa.
Across schools and departments, Georgetown faculty are involved in multidisciplinary research and teaching on Africa's history, development, politics, and culture. The African Studies Program, the Center for Global Health Practice and Impact, and the Georgetown University Initiative on Innovation, Development and Evaluation are hubs for much of this activity. The university’s Washington, DC, location facilitates academic and cultural exchanges with Georgetown’s African partners, as does the presence of the World Bank and other leading international organizations.
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Georgetown University Initiative on Innovation, Development, and Evaluation (gui2de) is a collaboration between the Economics Department and the McCourt School of Public Policy. Gui2de promotes field-based research in developing countries to evaluate…
This fellowship program trains women's human rights lawyers from Africa who are committed to returning to their home countries in order to advance the status of women and girls. This fellowship program is sponsored by the Women’s Law and Public…