Harvard Nigerian Students Association

The Harvard College Nigerian Student Association is strongly committed to building a network of Nigerians both at Harvard and beyond. Through this network, it will seek to promote awareness of Nigerian issues. Furthermore, the Association, in collaboration with the larger African community, will work to promote social activism among Nigerians.

Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management

P.I.: Christopher Stone. The Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management aims to enable governments to fulfill their obligations to ensure public safety and justice.

Agricultural Innovation in Africa

The Agricultural Innovation in Africa project (AIA) is funded by a generous grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the purpose of providing support to efforts that contribute to agricultural science and technology policy improvement through Africa's Regional Economic Communities (RECs). The Project seeks to engage with policymakers and focus information dissemination on efforts to align science and technology missions and operations with agricultural development goals in the RECs as part of the larger agenda to promote regional economic integration.

Harvard Chan Nigerian Students Society

The mission of the Harvard Chan Nigerian Students Society is to unite Nigerians in the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and all those interested in Nigeria, to promote public health and developmental issues affecting Nigeria through advocacy, community service and policy development.

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