A networking organization that was developed to link scientists and scholars in Sub-Saharan Africa with one another and with scientists and scholars in Germany.
FROM AGNES PRESIDENT/CHAIR
AGNES aims to support highly qualified young Sub-Saharan African scientists to address development issues of the region; and increase visibility of AGNES and the Humboldt grantees.
Founded in 2011 by 31 African and German Humboldtians and the Alexander von Humboldt representatives, the AGNES has been led by an interim committee up to 2014.
AGNES programmes aim to identify and support highly qualified young Sub-Saharan African scholars to tackle development issues in Sub Saharan Africa, through research.
Our vision is to reinforce capacities of excellent young African researchers to carry our research on solutions to development challenges in Africa and prepare them to compete for the prestigious AvH fellowships in order increase the success rate of African postdocs when they apply for these fellowships.
AGNES-BAYER Science Foundation Research Grant for Biodiversity Conservation & Sustainable Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa
AGNES Intra-Africa Mobility Grants for Junior Researchers
AGNES Junior Research Grants (JRG) Programmes
AGNES actively collaborates with these organizations to support qualified young scholars.
AGNES Desk, Administrative Building, Room 001
Osun State University, Main Campus, Osogbo, Osun State, NIGERIA
Osun State University, PMB 4494, Osogbo, Osun State, NIGERIA