Refugees Turn Human Waste into Cooking Fuel as Alternative to Protect Trees and Combat Climate Change.

By Robert Ariaka A group of South Sudanese Refugee women in Arua district is manufacturing briquettes out of human waste

Tanzania government plans to roll out small-scale irrigation technology to help farmers deal with climate change

By ANNE ROBI MOHAMMED Mussa is a local farmer at Morogoro Region of Tanzania—for many years, the young and energetic

Rwandan youth takes lead in Nyabarongo watershed protection

By Aimable Twahirwa It is a hot Monday morning in Nyamagabe, a mountainous district in the Southern Rwanda, a group

Green Horizon food security project raises wellbeing of Jebel Ladu communities while growing crops to appease South Sudan’s hunger crisis

More than 2.5 million hectares of land in South Sudan have been acquired mainly by international investors since 2006 By

Yala Swamp Saga: Broken Promises, Idle Land

This story was produced in partnership with InfoNile and Code for Africa with support from the Pulitzer Center. By Geoffrey Kamadi  The story of Yala

Land Grabbing and Its Implications for Sudanese – Views from a scholar

By Annika McGinnis and Fredrick Mugira Investors from largely food-insecure Gulf countries are increasingly buying vast swaths of fertile land

South Sudan government imposes night curfew, asks employers to have some staff stay home

By Deng Daniel Ngor South Sudan President Salva Kiir has enforced a night curfew across the country for the next

Leading Landless Women: African Rural Women Leaders Tell their Stories

By Fredrick Mugira Up to 10.3 million hectares of land has been acquired by investors from individuals, communities and governments

How Egypt’s water feeds the Gulf

This story about the acquisition of Egypt’s natural resources to secure Gulf food was made possible with support from InfoNile