Access to Education for All

Between October 5 and November 8 2020 we ran the Access to Education for All campaign, raising essential funds to ensure that Scholars’ studies were not disrupted by Covid-19.

We raised £9,025.09 thanks to the generosity of our donors. This was then matched by a partner meaning that £18,050.18 went directly towards supporting Ashinaga UK Scholars during the pandemic.

We hosted a calendar of online events during the campaign:

 

Webinars

“How to Make a Successful International Application to a UK University” Webinar

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Bristol University

Edinburgh University

Speakers

Olga Frolovs

Olga Frolovs
Deputy Head of International Partnerships & Relations, University of Bristol

Nick Rowland

Nick Rowland
Regional Director – Africa, University of Edinburgh

Mariama

Mariama A. Jallow
Ashinaga UK Scholar from the Gambia, studying Global Health and Social Medicine at Kings College London

 

“The World in Crisis: Does International Access to Education Still Matter?” Panel Discussion

 

Speakers

Funmi Olonisakin

Professor ‘Funmi Olonisakin
Vice-President and Vice-Principal International and Professor of Security, Leadership & Development, King’s College London

Dr. Joanna Newman MBE

Dr. Joanna Newman MBE
Secretary General of the Association of Commonwealth Universities

Suzan from Tanzania

Suzan Kilamile
Tutorial Assistant in Physiology, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College, Tanzania. Ashinaga UK Graduate, 2019.

Emmanuel from Ivory Coast

Emmanuel Adingra
Ashinaga UK Scholar from Ivory Coast, studying Politics and Development Studies at SOAS

 

Other Events

Haiku Competition

Critically-acclaimed haiku poet Paul Conneally judged our haiku competition. Read the winning entries here.

Five to Thrive

23 participants from 3 different countries ran, swam, hiked, and cycled in order to raise vital funds and awareness for educational access.

Charity Quiz with JETAA UK

35 people from 5 different countries took part in an online quiz, answering questions on Japan, the African continent, and education.