Behaviour Change and Education Projects from Fourthway, a Nairobi-based consultancy led by Sam Rich
Scientists say that coffee yields in Uganda are only a quarter of their potential. How can we communicate good practices to coffee farmers effectively?
How can we give Ugandan farmers information they can use to improve their livelihoods?
Each country has its own dominant art form, from graffiti covered matatus in Kenya, to heroic rickshaws in Bangladesh…
Rwanda’s Gir’inka project promises one cow for every poor family. How do we train hundreds of thousands of families in dairy cow management?
The lack of genetic diversity make bananas prone to disease. Farmers need to understand how diseases spread, and how to stop them, fast.
The budget is the most important act any government delivers, but few people understand it. Can we explain fiscal policy to a wider audience?
Ugandan elections are not always free and fair. How can we allow citizens to report abuses in confidence, and verify that their reports are accurate?
“The Small Game about Big Game” has fun facts about the fastest, fattest and frightening-est animals you’ll see on safari.
Africa Trumps has vital statistics and fascinating facts about each of the big continent’s 54 countries.
How do you stop Corona in a slum? How do you social distance? Where do you wash your hands? And how do you reach Kenyan youth with key messages?
Malaria medication has changed little in a hundred years. When better drugs like Coartem are developed, how do we convert patients to them?
The Kenyan village of Sauri is a petri dish for Jeffrey Sachs’s Millennium Villages, an ambitious scheme to lift Africa out of poverty. Can he buy it a better future?
A victim of its own success, the Underground map is why people take the tube from Covent Garden to Leicester Square and think Westminster is north of Waterloo.
While elongated silhouettes on batik are a permanent fixture of craft markets, there’s more innovative work to be found all over Kampala.