Better, more standardised frameworks are needed especially in Uganda if its universities are to benefit from transnational partnerships.
Green infrastructure can be a valuable tool in helping vulnerable communities to face the double threat of flooding and drought.
Whether the enduring face of this new politics is Bobi Wine or someone else, Ugandan politics is clearly changing
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni's grip on power remains strong but pockets of dissent are emerging from digital platforms.
Social media has played a central role in attracting attention to the story of Ugandan politician Bobi Wine across the world.
Bobi Wine entered the political arena with a relatively consistent background of politically critical music.
Without contextual knowledge, education and adaptation, foreign or imposed practices or resources cause new sets of problems.
A Land Degradation Surveillance framework could solve this problem by systematically measuring and tracking indicators of land health in Africa.
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has been given the green light to run for another term. He should be happy, but he's not.
Without change, the trajectory of growth and development in the world will remain consistent with that of the past 80 years.
Conflict patterns in Africa have changed rapidly in recent years posing a challenge to peace and security.
Uganda needs to face the reality that many young people are sexually active and need information to protect themselves.
The transition into adulthood is challenging for young refugees: they face great adversity while trying to finishing school, find work and enter marriage.
A guerrilla movement in Mozambique could upend the government's plans for stability and prosperity.
E-commerce companies should deliberately build systems that are structured to provide supportive business environments for small and medium enterprises.
There are several projects and initiatives that offer hope amid all the bad news about African science.
More leaders in more African countries will abolish term limits unless organisations like the African Union take action.
If the referendum goes President Pierre Nkrunziza's way, it will also be a further blow to ordinary Burundians, who live in a state of hardship and adversity.
Are there cheaper alternatives to nuclear power to alleviate energy shortages in Africa?
Considerable effort has gone into improving laboratory services in many African countries. But the quality of tests is questionable.