The PEI exChange is the world’s first online matching platform for experts working in and for Africa. Based on a user-identified criteria, including countries and regions of focus, industries, skills and experience, the PEI exChange provides personalised matches with other users. Our interactive project map feature allows users to gain exposure by showcasing their work to… Read More
In working for the scientific independence of Africa, the Planet Earth Institute has always placed collaboration, cooperation and knowledge-sharing at the heart of all of our activities. Whether that’s sponsoring Phd-level research on the continent, working with stakeholders on the ground to incubate new technologies or with the policy events that we host all over… Read More
Saturday 11th February marks International Day of Women and Girls in Science, which advocates for the importance of achieving gender equality within the sciences. In honour of this day, we have decided to turn the spotlight on five women and girls who are making a real difference in science in Africa. 1) Jamilla Abass, M-FARM… Read More
In 2016, the PEI has continued to advocate for high-quality and industry-relevant science in Africa, taking the case for investment in advanced science to governments and policy-makers across the continent and around the world. With the support of our partners, we have engaged with stakeholders across civil society, business and academia, to ensure that our… Read More
At the PEI, we’re always delighted to hear the latest from Africa’s leading technologists and educators who are gaining recognition for their socially impactful innovations and programmes. Here are seven quotes from the continent’s leading tech entrepreneurs and educators that have inspired us recently. 1) “To borrow a phrase from founders of mobile money providers… Read More
On 14th September 2016, we welcomed over 180 delegates to our #ScienceAfrica UnConference for a day of high-level panels, discussions and interactive workshops that explored how to empower Africa’s next generation of scientific leaders. Here is the video from the day.