Posts Tagged ‘IOP for Africa’

IOP for Africa project in South Africa news

By Tom | 8 Aug, 2014 | 0 Comments

In an article earlier this summer, the South African Creamer Media’s Engineering Newswrote about how the Institute of Physics (IOP) and the South African Institute of Physics (SAIP) are collaborating to help raise the standard of science and maths education in South Africa. The IOP international programme, IOP for Africa, and SAIP are involved in […]

Skydiving for Africa

By Mike | 18 Jun, 2014 | 0 Comments

Olivia Roche, a publisher at the Institute of Physics Publishing and an IOP for Africa volunteer international coordinator, is skydiving to raise money for education projects in Malawi. On 21 June 2014 Olivia Roche will skydive 15,000 feet. The jump is part of a Guinness world record attempt for the greatest number of tandem skydives […]

IOP for Africa in Ghana

By Lena | 17 Apr, 2012 | 0 Comments
IOP for Africa in Ghana

Watch this new video about our IOP for Africa project in Ghana.

IOP for Africa – second appeal launched

By Lena | 1 Dec, 2011 | 1 Comment
IOP for Africa – second appeal launched

Following last year’s successful fundraising effort to support our physics education projects in Africa, we have now launched our second IOP for Africa appeal. IOP for Africa is a campaign to raise the profile and raise funds for IOP’s Physics for Development programme. Through the programme, IOP challenges the obstacles to physics education in some […]

IOP for Africa – video on physics teaching in Sudan

By Lena | 13 Sep, 2011 | 1 Comment
IOP for Africa – video on physics teaching in Sudan

A great video on the challenges of teaching physics in Africa by our volunteer David Richardson, who looks after our IOP for Africa programme in South Sudan.  

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