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Maths institute announces women climate change fellows

Areas of study include ocean currents and surface ecosystems in West Africa

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences based in Rwanda announced three winners of its Women in Climate Change Science Fellowships on 28 February. 

The three, who make up the programme’s second cohort, hail from West Africa. They are Naomi Kumi from Ghana, Ossenatou Mamadou from Benin, and Lala Kounta from Senegal. They will receive US$35,000 each for a one-year research project at an African host institution. 

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