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Connecting the dots for sustainable food systems in Kenya

Blog | Published on 04-10-2019

Francesco Rampa | Koen Dekeyser

Last month, we organised a workshop in Nairobi to discuss the first report of our Sustainable Agrifo [...]


The odyssey of elections in Africa: A new era of democracy and rule of law?

Blog | Published on 11-09-2017

Luckystar Miyandazi

After the Supreme Court of Kenya s decision to nullify the results of the 8 August 2017 presidential [...]


A glass half full: East African dairy farmers see potential in regional cooperation

Blog | Published on 15-07-2016

Fabien Tondel | Paulina Bizzotto Molina

Lucy Njiru runs a small dairy farm in Kirinyaga County, in central Kenya s highlands, where coffee a [...]


Partnerships for institutional development - Think big, start small

Blog | Published on 25-03-2016

Karim Karaki

Though the role of institutions in fostering economic transformation and development is widely ackno [...]


COP22: Spotlight on agriculture, Africa and action

Blog | Published on 10-11-2016

Hanne Knaepen

On Monday, the UN climate change conference COP22 kicked off in Marrakech. Last year s COP21, held i [...]


Why is it so difficult to develop sustainable tourism in West and East Africa?

Blog | Published on 01-09-2017

The Annual World Tourism Conference took place in Kigali, Rwanda, at the end of last week, drawing a [...]


“Wicked hard problems” and isomorphic what?

Blog | Published on 08-03-2012

Bruce Byiers

Lant Pritchett, a Harvard University Professor, was the keynote speaker at the OECD Development Cent [...]


Path to Zero Hunger: Cash-based programming, human-centred development and localisation

Blog | Published on 24-06-2019

In this blog for ECDPM, Dominique De Bonis, Senior Policy and Programme Officer at the UN World Food [...]


Do we expect too much from election observation missions?

Blog | Published on 26-02-2018

Martin Ronceray

As the electoral crisis that started in Kenya last summer drags on and takes new dimensions, onlooke [...]


Do we expect too much from election observation missions?

Blog | Published on 26-02-2018

Faten Aggad-Clerx | Martin Ronceray

As the electoral crisis that started in Kenya last summer drags on and takes new dimensions, onlooke [...]