Fixing the broken promise of the digitally-connected farmer in Sub-Saharan Africa.
How BBOXX is bringing the “Internet of Things” to off-grid energy solutions
While developed world countries are largely responsible for the behaviours that bring about climate change, the effects can be felt most severely in the developing world
How should a Kenyan company scale its production of a low-cost fuel made from waste materials?
Within the massive numbers of development project failures in Afghanistan since 2001 Roshan Communications stands out as one of the only success stories. It is even more impressive since it has made a profit since its sixth month in operation. This essay examines how this private enterprise’s success stems from a well aligned long-term business and operational model.
Why ill-advised restructurings and a baffling governance structure have led the World Bank Group to fail its member countries