The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has undoubtedly exposed the need to address critical issues that have been ignored for too long in Zambia.

Jade Nshimbi |

Today, on the occasion of the World Youth Skills Day , we are pleased to announce the winners of the Blog4Dev 2021 competition.

Hafez Ghanem, Ousmane Diagana |

The rollout of vaccines globally, particularly as this effort picks up momentum, is spreading hope that countries will soon have control over the devastating health impacts of the COVID-19…

Karin Kemper, Urvashi Narain |

While governments, development organizations, researchers and thinkers grapple with the new realities ushered in by COVID-19 (coronavirus), effective delivery and implementation of development…

Boban Varghese Paul, Ananda Paez Rodas, Arden Finn |

About 7 million young people, could not access their education for several months in 2020 during #COVID-19 closures. Connecting Africa’s universities to affordable, high-speed broadband internet…

Sajitha Bashir |

Coordinated economic inclusion interventions can provide a valuable pathway out of extreme poverty.

Mari Elka Pangestu |

A visit to the Western province of Zambia is never complete without having a taste of their local ‘mongu fish’. However, the increasing climate variability in the region has resulted in reduced…

Iretomiwa Olatunji, Nathalie Johnson, Ngao Mubanga |

When men get information about maternal mortality risk, communication gets better, his preferences on fertility change and fertility goes down. Marital satisfaction goes up. When women get this…

Markus Goldstein |

Although rates of infection have not been as high as in other regions, the economic consequences of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic in Sub-Saharan Africa have been severe due to the…

Pierella Paci |

Seafood exports to East Asia were a growing avenue for Muzalema’s seafood processing enterprise in land-locked Zambia. But massive logistics challenges stemming from border delays and regional…

Qursum Qasim |