Areas for our capacity work
- Training for leaders and decision makers in East Africa about land issues in relation to Agenda 2030
Water, sanitation and health
- Teaching and supervision at Master' and PhD programmes in Tanzania
- Teaching and supervision at master' and PhD programmes in Rwanda
- Training for local high schoolstudents and teachers on water and sustainability issues
- Menstrual Health Management in Tanzania
- Capacity Building in Higher Education on sustainable social housing and the development of inclusive urban communities in India
Agriculture and small-scale farming
- Soil fertility improvements for small-scale farmers in Uganda
- Teaching and supervision at Master and PhD programmes in Mozambique
- Urban living labs - Sustainable innovations for micro breweries
- Improved cook stoves in rural Kenya
- Rain water harvesting in rural Kenya
Education and communication is a central part in our capacity building work. Over the years our researchers has contributed to making research videos about their work, which could be used as teaching material or in practice.
"Break the Silence" - A film about the challenges with Menstrual Health Management in rural Tanzania, based on research by Sara Gabrielsson, LUCSUS.
Human Urine as fertilizer - A film on how to use human urine as fertilizer based on work by farmer groups in Uganda, together with Elina Andersson, LUCSUS.
Smokeless kitchen - The film on how improved cook stoves have been introduced to subsistence farmers in Kenya.
"A Pathway out of Poverty?" – A film about a market-based initiative to promote sustainable development through the introduction of simple technologies in targeted villages in western Kenya. This film focuses on the early successes of the diffusion of cook stoves and rainwater harvesting systems, and the main challenges with sustaining the initiative.
Making Research Matter More – from knowledge to action with farmers in Uganda.