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600m people,10m small businesses in Africa have no reliable source of...

Government ministers and officials from several countries in Africa discussed the potential of nuclear power in supporting sustainable development and the transition to clean...

AfCFTA: A distant dream? Even within individual blocs, EAC &...

Africa’s GDP grew by an estimated 6.9% in 2021, revealing positive forward momentum. However, the continent will continue to face uncertainty. The after-effects of...

Ugandan, Mark Musinguzi bags Ugx. 190m GoGettaz Agripreneur Prize

After impressive on-stage pitches to an expert panel of judges earlier this week, Esther Kimani founder of FarmerLifeLine Technologies in Kenya and Mark Musinguzi...

Uganda to benefit from $18m projects focusing on biodiversity and water...

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has welcomed the decision of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) to approve three FAO-led...

Child labour in Africa: 92m reasons to be optimistic about ending...

By Cynthia Samuel-Olonjuwon “We shouldn’t wait for development to end child labour. On the contrary, ending child labour is key to sustainable development.” says ILO...

Africa needs to turn climate change challenges into green job opportunities...

Africa — the main victim of climate change, despite emitting only 3% of greenhouse gases — should turn its climate challenges into opportunities to...

11m African farmers provided with proven climate-adapted agricultural technologies

Ethiopia has set its sights on becoming a regional breadbasket, the country’s finance minister Semereta Sewasew said on Thursday. Sewasew was speaking on the sidelines...

Twin crises: – the World stumbling into a new era of...

World leaders are failing to prepare for a new era of complex and often unpredictable risks to peace as profound environmental and security crises...

Climate change Agents: Meet Wada Kealotswe, the young entrepreneur fighting pollution...

Across the globe, cities are synonymous with pollution and other urban activities that are major emitters of greenhouse gases. Hence, they are considered major...

African experts call for climate-proofing farming systems to overcome hunger

The eradication of hunger and malnutrition in Africa will only be realized once governments leverage nature-based interventions to strengthen the resilience of farming systems...
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