New data from 4,500 in-person interviews across Africa has highlighted the concerns of 18 -24 year olds about climate change.
High rates of learning poverty in Western and Central Africa suggest that too many children are either not attending school or are not learning enough in school.
In villages and townships, Africans are building their own internet infrastructure to connect and protect the unconnected. This can improve education.
A study has found that existing tax-and-benefit systems did not adequately prevent the effects of income losses for people in Africa in 2020.
Amidst heavy poaching, researchers from Princeton University are exploring genomes that affect tooth development in Africa elephants, explaining why some don't develop.
Uganda has a strong culture of entrepreneurship and has achieved gender parity in terms of the number of women driven to pursue entrepreneurial activities.
The Sierra Leonean government formally inaugurated the Teaching Service Commission in 2016, to ensure teachers are great and support the nation's needs.
The head of the UN's AIDS Agency is warning HIV infections and deaths could rise as African health services divert scarce resources to deal with COVID-19.
High rates of COVID-19 infection are setting Africa back but young innovators across the continent are deploying a social entrepreneurship skillset to fight the pandemic from the grassroots.
Rich countries must do more to help developing countries combat climate change, so we can take charge of our planet's destiny as a united force.
Eugenia Kargbo, appointed as Africa's first chief heat officer in Freetown, Sierra Leone, will work to shield her city from the effects of climate change.
Cholera is the largest contributor to global disease outbreaks. Stopping the disease requires safer water sources and sanitation, writes an expert.
Research suggests the informal employment sector can be an asset to the sustainable urbanisation agenda.
The pastoralist populations of the Sahel are vulnerable to conflict, climate change and migration. Could a stakeholder capitalist approach aid recovery?
New research links conditions at the beginning of the start of the growing season to grain prices in five African countries. Food security can be affected.