The Guinea Ecuatorial - Naturaleza, Turismo y Educación (GENTE) Consortium
The GENTE Consortium is a network of universities and research institutes that advances solutions in education, environmental conservation, and public health for the benefit of the people of Equatorial Guinea. By leveraging the expertise of partner organizations, GENTE aims to increase national human capacity, protect the country’s rich biodiversity, and build a more resilient health system. Together, these objectives will drive sustainable growth in Equatorial Guinea.
Pronunciation of "GENTE"
Gente means "people" in Spanish.
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A Cross-Border Partnership
GENTE’s founding partners, Drexel University and the National University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE), have collaborated for over twenty years to advance research and academic exchange. Together with the consortium’s growing network, these universities are increasing the scale and scope of their activities to build local capacity in Equatorial Guinea.