@HubCymru @walesafricalink @JonTownley99 great meeting with #SADC high commissioners on engaging welsh #diaspora & #wales Africa partnership
RT @walesafricalink: So after 8 years @WalesCVA, the @walesafricalink project is moving to join @WCIA_Wales. Exciting new future. http://t.…
@HubCymru @walesafricalink @sizeofwales great meeting with #SADC high commissioners to support and engage with #Wales africa partnership
Farewell and good luck Ed with your new adventures with @voscur and @SWIntDevNetwork.
For volunteers and organisations linking with Africa.
We are sorry to say farewell to Ed Howarth, who will be leaving the programme at the end of March.
Wales Africa Partnership is advertising two job vacancies.
We are delighted to announce that Cat Jones has been appointed as the Head of the new Wales Africa Partnership, starting in April. The Partnership is to be funded for three years by the Welsh Government’s Wales for Africa programme, following a successful bid led by the Welsh Centre for International Affairs.
WCVA's International Programme Manager, Craig Owen, will be leaving Wales Africa Community Links - and WCVA - at the beginning of January. He will be moving on to head up the Heritage Lottery Fund's Wales for Peace Project, based at the Welsh Centre for International Affairs, from January 1st 2015.