Embedded generation gives Nigerian electricity distribution companies (DisCos) the opportunity to improve their supply of electricity to customers independent of the problematic national grid while maintaining control of their franchise areas.

The Rwanda CCDR highlights key interventions that are needed in Rwanda to strengthen climate resilience in the context of country’s development priorities and its commitments under the Paris Agreement.

This year’s Africa Agriculture Status Report (AASR) focuses on accelerating African food systems. This theme plays a critical role in not only shaping human diets and health outcomes but in also ensuring the sustainability of the environment in which food is produced, processed, distributed, sold, and consumed.

This working paper discusses the role of financial sector policy in relation to addressing gaps in climate risk information in the private finance sector, with a specific focus on Africa.

This publication on Youth and Water Security in Africa, which comprises 25-refereed articles co-authored by youth including female scientists primarily from Africa, derives from collaboration among UNESCO, the African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW) and the International Science Council (ISC) Regional Office for Africa (ROA

Africa has recorded progress on many of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals since 2000; however, the current pace of progress has been insufficient to achieve the Goals by 2030.In the 2030 Agenda, Member States recognized many challenges to sustainable development, including the fact that billions of citizens continue to live in poverty and are

The report on the State of the Climate in Africa 2021 is the result of collaboration between the African Union Commission (AUC), the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), and other specialized agencies of the United Nations.

Access to effective waste management services is critical in any city. Where a city’s waste management is inadequate, it has drastic effects on the environment, public health and the quality of life of urban residents.

Living customary water tenure is the most accepted socio-legal system among the large majority of rural people in sub-Saharan Africa.

Ghana’s progress of implementation has been mixed. Gender parity and high completion rates have been sustained at the KG, primary, and junior high levels despite the pandemic, while the population participating in formal and informal education, and training has gone up.

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