A new study has found the direct-acting antivirals to treat hepatitis C were effective against almost all of the new strains of the virus found in Africa.
A new UNEP report has found that over the next 20 years, Lake Turkana in Northern Kenya is likely to flood, due to heavy rain caused by climate change.
Energy researcher, Samuel Ayokunle Olówósejéjé from Cork University College, explains how a hybrid approach can help Africa transition to green energy.
Children in Salima, central Malawi, have started their education at a new 3D-printed school which was built in just 15 hours, made of layers of concrete.
The Solar Media Bag has been trialled in Uganda, Ethiopia and Mozambique. School teachers in rural areas can use it to turn any space into a classroom.
An IFC study shows how Africa possesses a technical wind potential of almost 180,000 terawatt hours (TWh) per year, which could help the COVID recovery.
We are still a way off achieving universal access to clean drinking water, sanitation and handwashing facilities writes Our World in Data's Hannah Ritchie.
Senior researcher David J. Spielmansaid has said that agri-tech apps are already helping build the climate resilience of small-scale farmers.
The growth of COVID-19 cases in sub-Saharan Africa is the fastest in the world, with a trajectory that is outpacing the record set in the second wave.
In most of sub-Saharan Africa, pharmaceutical imports comprise as much as 70 to 90 percent of drugs consumed, leaving citizens vulnerable to shortages.
Every day around 40,000 people move to one of Africa's cities. This company can 3D-print homes following an affordable, low-carbon process.
A Boston Consulting Group report looks at the state of tech startups in Africa, the hurdles to success and opportunities to ensure continued progress.
Africa is well positioned to harness nature-based solutions that protect biodiversity and create jobs. A UN-backed project in Gabon proves its possible.
Urban spaces amplify or reduce the health risks encountered in daily urban life, from access to healthy food and physical activity to clean air and water.
For subsistence farmers, this new system allows them to plant 40 times faster at a third of the cost – and could result in an extra 37 million tonnes of food being produced.