Insights & News
Decisions by governments during this COVID-19 pandemic underscore concerns regarding the reliability of the evidence informing public health policies.
Our conversation considers the health challenges of conducting surveys as well as the opportunities to understand the impact of the virus and how citizens are interpreting their government’s response.
Female empowerment without tackling toxic masculinity is self-defeating and creates a vicious cycle of gender inequality.
Our live conversation examined and interrogated commonly held assumptions and stereotypes about the almajirai and the almajiranci system.
The Leaders of Africa Team condemns racism and violence against African Americans and urges all of us Africans to join in solidarity in the struggle for equality in the United States and in our own countries.
Embracing Edutech in Higher Education: Prospects and Problems for Technology Infusion in Higher Education in African Universities and Colleges
The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated that teaching and learning be pushed online. The transition was particularly difficult for faculty and students.
Despite progress made in the area of food production, today millions of people in sub-Saharan Africa are still food insecure. The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has been projected to cause severe famine and food insecurity in 36 countries all in SSA.
Leaders Voices with Joyline Chepkorir and Eniola Akintunde · A conversation about cancer prevention and care
Cancer is increasingly a public health concern in many African countries and much more can be done to prevent and care for patients with cancer.
What are the implications of the stringent lockdown on political rights and civil liberties during the COVID-19 pandemic?
One of the major short and long-run concerns is whether efforts to combat COVID-19 will intentionally or unintentionally diminish political rights and civil liberties. Experts have begun to reflect on
Some of the major telecommunication companies, including those that control mobile money, are foreign-owned. Should African countries take greater ownership of telecommunication companies?
The coronavirus pandemic is a wake up call for African leaders to hugely invest in their own institutions especially the healthcare systems and their overall infrastructure.
What the stay at home policy resulting from the coronavirus pandemic means for victims of intimate partner violence in African countries.