Dr Mia Perry; TedX Interview

Dr Mia Perry, SFA co-coordinator, is interviewed at  TedX Glasgow about the Sustainable Futures in Africa network. At TedX Glasgow the SFA network brought a snapshot of its work to the event; this includes a public poll which questioned the approach that we take on research sustainability, engaging with the binary choice of ‘Giving v.s. changingContinue reading Dr Mia Perry; TedX Interview

Publication: Modelling of extension and dyking-induced collapse faults and fissures in rifts

This publication is an output of the research conducted by SFA researchers in Uganda on ‘Understanding the structure, permeability and activity of faults in and around the Rwenzori mountains, Albertine rift system’ Koehn, D., Steiner, A. and Aanyu, K. (2018). Modelling of extension and dyking-induced collapse faults and fissures in rifts. Journal of Structural Geology, 118,Continue reading Publication: Modelling of extension and dyking-induced collapse faults and fissures in rifts

Beating poverty needs partnerships and collaboration – not just money

Nigeria recently surpassed India to become the country with the highest number of people living in extreme poverty: 87 million. Nigeria is oil rich and boasts Africa’s fastest growing economy. Yet six of its people fall into extreme poverty every minute. An SFA network article on the importance of community partnership in The ConversationContinue reading Beating poverty needs partnerships and collaboration – not just money