Art House Africa

Art House Africa is an artistic initiative by SFA partner Elson Kambalu based in  Lilongwe, Malawi. It was established in 2005 with the purposes of serving as a hub for artists. The organization also works as an employment bureau for artists. The organization was founded after realizing that there is no formal structure of information channelsContinue reading Art House Africa

Abundance

Sustainable Futures in Africa is delighted to partner with Abundance, a non-profit organization working towards creating better lives for humans and caring for nature. Abundance, an organisation based in Malawi and founded by SFA Partner Deepa Pullanikkatil, has collaborated with the research team currently conducting the research trials in Malawi.  Abundance started in Malawi in 2016Continue reading Abundance

Telling Stories about Community Development; Why “Abundance” takes an integrated development approach

Written by Deepa Pullanikkatil Post Doctoral Fellow, Rhodes University Founder, Abundance “A world of abundance, where there is plenty for humans and where nature is thriving”, is the vision of our non-profit organization in Malawi called “Abundance”. We have often been critiqued to be an organization that is focusing on too many things. “So, whatContinue reading Telling Stories about Community Development; Why “Abundance” takes an integrated development approach

Building Connections: Community-Based Environmental Sustainability in Southern Africa

On the 15 and 16 of December 2016 an International Symposium was hosted at the University of Glasgow, funded by the ESRC.  Building Connections: Community-Based Environmental Sustainability in Southern Africa. The event was organised and run by the University of Glasgow scholars, Dr. Mia Perry (School of Education), and Prof. Deborah Dixon of (Geographical and EarthContinue reading Building Connections: Community-Based Environmental Sustainability in Southern Africa

Rwenzori Mountains, Albertine Rift System, Uganda

Understanding the structure, permeability and activity of faults in and around the Rwenzori mountains, Albertine rift system, Uganda. 1Daniel Koehn, 2Kevin Aanyu, 1Allan Hollinsworth, 1Roderick Brown, 2Andreas Schuman 1School of Geographical and Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow, UK 2Department of Geology and Petroleum Studies    Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda The East African Rift System (EARS)Continue reading Rwenzori Mountains, Albertine Rift System, Uganda