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Congratulations – you have reached the end!

Watch Tanja Hammel and Doris Osei Afriyie look back on this free, open course on African Contributions to Global Health.

After five course weeks, we hope that you have gained numerous valuable insights. Let’s review them in this video.

The course team as well as the team behind the interdisciplinary project “African Contributions to Global Health: Circulating Knowledge and Innovation” would like to congratulate you on your achievements during this course and thank you for your participation.

In this final video, Tanja Hammel and Doris Osei Afriyie take you back to the location that we visited in the opening video: The Centre for African Studies at the University of Basel, a very appropriate site to say goodbye after such a wide-ranging and lively course.

However, before you go, we would love to hear from you on how you have benefited from this course. Our central question of this course was:

  • How can knowledge from Africa contribute to improving health globally?

Now that you have finished the course, what would your answer(s) be to this question? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

We also invite you to discuss these questions:

  • What have you learned in this course that you can apply to your work – whether immediately or in the future?
  • Which further competencies and skills would you like to acquire in order to engage more effectively with questions of “African Contributions to Global Health”?
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