Testimonials

Prof Aziz Amine

Course Workshop Facilitator.

Godfred

I have benefitted immensely from Seanac in the past 6 years. As a postgraduate student, I got a full scholarship from Seanac to attend their 3rd International Conference which was held in Ezulwini,...

Dr Ntebogeng Mokgalaka

My first experience of SEANAC was the inaugural SEANAC conference held in July 2003 in Gaborone. I was a second year PhD student and my first trip to Botswana. The conference played a significant...

Dr Munkombwe Muchindu’s

I was sponsored by Seanac in June-July 2005, for a six weeks research visit at Prof. Emmanuel Iwuoha’s Sensorlab in the University of Western Cape, South Africa. I learnt biosensor techniques as part...

Prof Simiso Dube

In February 2002 I had the privilege of attending the first SEANAC workshop where the network was formally established by founding member countries. As a young PhD graduate then, I felt that the...

Noor Jehan Gulamussen

Since I join SEANAC in 2007, when the team of the board contacted Eduardo Mondlane University to reactivate the networking with Mozambique, important episodes happen: in 2009 I attended the 3rd...

A. Akinlua

SEANAC had played a significant role in my career advancement. In 2006, SEANAC awarded me a fellowship for research visit to the University of Botswana. The findings of my research activities during...

Mamello Mohale

The first time I came across SEANAC was during my postgraduate studies at Rhodes University (South Africa) as it was one of the main collaborators for my research project. Through their support, I...

Jonas Mwatseteza, PhD

Department of Chemistry at Chancellor College has made positive strides since it joined SEANAC. The courses, workshops and conferences organised by SEANAC have been invaluable oasis for individual...

A. O. Ogunfowokan, PhD

Seanac undoubtedly is a strong scientific organisation that has contributed tremendously to capacity building in Subsahara Africa through its sponsorship of attendance in conferences and short...

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