21st Century Skills

We are living in unprecedented times. As I write this, the world is experiencing major societal shifts in work and education. Universities and other schools and industries are re-evaluating their roles now and what they can be in the future.  In our work in...

Reaching students remotely

According to data by UNESCO, COVID19 school closures have affected over 200 million learners in Pre-Primary, Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa. Over the years, integrating technology in education has been a major initiative in our...

The power of technology to enable learning.

With schools across Africa closing their doors to restrict the spread of the COVID-19 virus,  millions of students in the country are facing disruption to their daily education. In these new realities, there is an urgent need to invest now in education...
Covid-19 and Maths Camps 2020

Covid-19 and Maths Camps 2020

Due to the evolving situation caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19), SAMI has put on hold its planning and recruitment for maths camps this summer. Our policy has always been to follow UK Foreign Travel advice when it comes to planning and advertising camps, and whilst...
Highlight: Locally-led camps in Ghana and Uganda

Highlight: Locally-led camps in Ghana and Uganda

After an incredibly busy summer with camps in 6 countries, we’re amazed to see local teams keeping the momentum going and hosting two more camps to start 2020. AMI Ghana in partnership with the Talent TAHUF had a Maths Clinic at Agbozume from 6-10 Jan 2020. With...
Maths Camps 2019 Report

Maths Camps 2019 Report

With over 250 pupils in attendance across 6 African countries, this was our biggest and most exciting year of camps to date. We have put together a short report to share with you just a few of the highlights, we hope you enjoy reading it and are looking forward to...