We are Committed to Developing Research Leaders in Africa
We develop responsive online and offline research mentorship programs for researchers in Kenya and Africa that help improve research capabilities as well as the quality and impact of research outcomes.
Research And Development
We have been involved in coordination and implementation of development, research and humanitarian projects that focus on: Gender Analysis, Livelihood, Sexual Reproductive Health, Mental Health and Psycho social Support; Gender Based Violence, Children and Youth policy; Forced Displacement in national and international contexts like Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya.
Most upcoming researchers require someone who has walked the journey for guidance.
Mentorship also exposes researchers to opportunities that can help them grow.
Our Journal Clubs are peer communities for postgraduate students.
Each club is made up of individuals from a particular field or area of interest.
Research is a highly practical discipline and yet it is commonly taught in a rote theoretical fashion.
We conduct regular workshops to promote critical thinking and action among researchers.
Mentoring Competent & Innovative Researchers
” Research is exciting and many upcoming researchers in Africa desire to develop high level research skills. We help them realise this aspiration. “
“I’m ecstatic about the Journal Club. My 3 classmates who introduced me to it said I had to see for myself the peer-to-peer learning that was takng place there, and one ensured I attend my first meeting. Aside from trainings, I have networked with esteemed colleagues and collaborated in scholarly pursuits. I was privileged to attend individual mentorship sessions with Eider Africa. I’m grateful for the wisdom I gained on cura personalis. I learnt how to take little steps to attain my Doctor of Psychology, PsyD, Clinical Psychology journey. Thank you Eider Africa!”