On 13th October 2014, Africege delivered a keynote presentation on implementing green growth approaches in Mt Elgon ecosystem, Lake Victoria river basin. This meeting which was organised by the Lake Victoria River Basin Commission (LVRB), brought together key stakeholders both from Kenya and Uganda and included government officials, private sector and farmers. Lake Victoria is the […]
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On the 1st of October 2014, a report by AFRICEGE on climate change adaptation in southern Africa was launched by His Royal Highness, Prince Seeiso Bereng Seeiso of the Kingdom of Lesotho. The launch too place during the 2014 FANRPAN Annual High Level Food and Nutrition Security Multi-stakeholder Dialogue which was held from the 29th […]
THE risk of climate change is all around us and it is quite apparent that the most vulnerable in society are bearing the brunt of this risk. Whether you speak to smallholder farmers in the rolling slopes of the Rwenzori mountains in Uganda, where rainfall has dropped by more than 20% or you speak to […]
Pitch For Nature” – Business & the value of nature
Most people who have lived in sub-Saharan Africa have a personal tale about access to electricity or lack thereof. Whether it is ‘blackouts’ that last several days or having to put up with noisy diesel powered generators in the neighbourhood, Africa’s struggle for reliable power supply is all too evident. My own experience is no […]
As we usher in the New Year, we would like to thank many individuals and organizations that have supported us in the past year. Since the launch of Africege in March 2013, we have made significant progress and have laid a very strong foundation to move us forward. We are very excited about the prospects […]
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