Bristol to help Africa

October 21, 2005

Staff and students from Bristol University will take part in a project to improve the quality of teaching in one of the world's most deprived areas.

The Graduate School of Education led a successful bid for a £2.5 million grant from the Department for International Development for the five-year project working in Ghana, Tanzania, Rwanda and South Africa.

The school leads a consortium that includes the universities of Bath, Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), Cape Coast (Ghana) and Witwatersrand (South Africa) as well as the Kigali Institute of Education (Rwanda).

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