Energy access, renewables, agriculture, biomass, food security, water and sanitation are key areas of engagement for SEI in sub-Saharan Africa.
The workshop brings together stakeholders involved in the energy, climate, poverty and inequality reduction sectors to discuss research findings and co-create.
This webinar will share experiences and map out opportunities and potential areas of collaboration between ICLD and SEI Africa
SEI and the the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding formalizing a working collaboration on energy issues.
This article explores how legitimacy is discursively constructed for social entrepreneurship in the Global South.
This in-depth feature examines the struggles faced by Kihoto, a lakeside town in Kenya, after devastating floods displaced thousands of residents.
This thesis contributes new knowledge about how service design can be used to design development interventions in complex social-ecological contexts.
Environment Cabinet Secretary Soipan Tuya met with SEI’s global leadership to discuss the upcoming Climate Summit in Nairobi.
This study used ongoing reflection diaries to evaluate research approaches and presented recommendations for future transdisciplinary work.
The Global Transboundary Climate Risk Report provides insights on 10 transboundary climate risks that remain overlooked in climate policies.
A call to invest in adaptation both in the Nordics and in other countries impacted by climate change at the Nordic Conference on Climate Change Adaptation
Seven perspectives on how the current food crisis and the global interlinkages of the agricultural sector are unfolding in East Africa and Southeast Asia.
This discussion brief presents an updated version of Clean and Green framework, and gives an overview of tools that support the implementation in Burkina Faso.
Learn more about three water innovations from SEI's co-led sWASH&grow project, featured in SEB's 'Green Bond' report.
This article studies the coordination efforts of the most important multilateral climate funds, the CIF and the GCF, on the global level, in Kenya and Zambia.
Researchers conducted workshops and questionnaires with international experts to standardize and consolidate the data collection process in peatland research.