A few months ago, before the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic turned the world upside down, we visited Amelia and her friends Maria and Amelia in their village of Nhamiambe in Marromeu District, in…

Amanda Jerneck, Carmen Lahoz Rallo |

A few months ago, before the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic turned the world upside down, we visited Amelia and her friends Maria and Amelia in their village of Nhamiambe in Marromeu District, in…

Amanda Jerneck, Carmen Lahoz Rallo |

COVID-19 is the most significant shock the world has experienced since World War Two. Coronavirus infections are now accelerating in Africa, and the Government of Uganda has taken swift measures…

Tony Thompson |

As the world’s most youthful country, Uganda is replete with the energy, innovation and ambition that comes with each new generation.

Tony Thompson |

Earlier this year we launched Inclusion Matters in Africa in Nairobi in collaboration with the Kenya National Gender and Equality Commission (NGEC). We could not have hoped for a more informed and…

Simeon Ehui, Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, Maitreyi Bordia Das, Sabina Anne Espinoza |

Au début de l'année, nous avons présenté à Nairobi le rapport L'inclusion sociale en Afrique, en partenariat avec la Commission nationale kényane pour l'égalité de genre (NGEC).…

Simeon Ehui, Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, Maitreyi Bordia Das, Sabina Anne Espinoza |

For 13-year-old Rafina from Beira, one of Mozambique’s largest cities, the feeling seems familiar. Only one year has passed since Cyclone Idai hit, and again her school is closed. This time,…

Myrta Kaulard, Mark Lundell |

The first time I traveled to Uganda, in October 2016, I met a young mother whose strength and resilience I still think about today; an important reminder of why and for whom I work as an…

Jessica Lopez |

The Quelimane airport in Mozambique’s Zambezia province is a reminder of another era. The benign neglect of decades is easy to see in its dilapidated walls and peeling paint. Not much seems to…

Rakesh Tripathi, Rafael Saute |

The Quelimane airport in Mozambique’s Zambezia province is a reminder of another era. The benign neglect of decades is easy to see in its dilapidated walls and peeling paint. Not much seems to…

Rakesh Tripathi, Rafael Saute |