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Meet Mwinilunga District’s beekeeping ambassador

Sustainable beekeeping will help reduce poverty and protect forests for future generations, says Davies Ilunga
Published: 16 Jan 2020

2019 Year in Review: Tusafishe feature

Low Carbon 2019 Award winner Tusafishe featured in NTV Uganda's 2019 Year in Review as an example to help transform communities.
Published: 23 Dec 2019

Bringing SME voices into policy solution development through our Practitioner Labs for Policy Prototyping

Using validation processes to ensure relevant and well-targeted policy instruments
Published: 16 Dec 2019

SEED at the COP25 in Madrid

Published: 11 Dec 2019

Proplanet SEED Low Carbon Award 2014 Winner featured on El Espectador (SP)

The recycled material allows the manufacture of school and urban furniture, construction materials, sheets for automotive application, vertical gardens, matera, ecological points.
Published: 28 Nov 2019

Ghana’s Innovation and Startup Culture Thriving

Nelson Boateng's enterprise Nelplast (SEED Winner 2019) that creates bricks from recycled plastic and sand is featured in VOA as an innovative startup in Ghana.
Published: 25 Nov 2019