Some of the priorities were drawn from the World Health Organisation's Roadmap; others were expressed by researchers in and from Africa as being important to the continent's many contexts.
Because the interactions between trees, soils, crops and livestock can be positive or negative, their relationship must be balanced and understood.
Changes in weather patterns have made life a great deal more precarious for pastoral communities.
Solar lights can help local governments drastically reduce their spending on electricity bills.
Some areas in Kenya haven't experienced "long rains" for three consecutive years causing crop failures and food insecurity.
Social media offers good conditions for wildlife trafficking to thrive.
Responsible mineral sourcing programmes in the DRC have their flaws.
Forest communities have seen little or no change in improving livelihoods and stopping deforestation.
In Africa's education sector, public-private partnerships have been largely limited to infrastructure developments and the provision of education.
An easily accessible database that consolidates studies by researchers based in sub-Saharan Africa aims to raise its visibility and impact.