March 26, 2019

Tomorrow we are presenting the Ng’ambo Atlas at the African Perspectives +12 Conference at TU Delft.

The presentation is open to the public, come and join us in Berlagezaal 1, at 13:30 if you are around. 

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About the conference:

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