Meet the Young Mothers Shaping Uganda’s Entrepreneurship Ecosystem

The Youth IDEAthon, organized in partnership between the UNDP Uganda Accelerator Lab and the National Association of Student Enterprises (NASE Africa), was launched to drive youth innovation  

UNDP and KOICA Empowering Refugees and Host Communities in Northern Uganda

In 2016, the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) emphasized the need for humanitarian and development sectors to collaborate effectively with multi-year planning frameworks. During the summit, it was…  

Uganda Natural Resource Information System (NARIS): Utilizing Data for Natural Resource Management

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Uganda Accelerator Lab and the National Forestry Authority (NFA) launched the Uganda Natural Resource Information System (NARIS), designed to monitor…  

Biomass to Electricity: Mulago Hospital experiment producing results

Through our solutions mapping exercise, the UNDP Uganda Accelerator Lab team released an open call for solutions to address the problem of deforestation in Uganda.  

Guest Blog: International Youth Day

Uganda has one of the youngest populations in the world, with 78% of the country being under the age of 30. What’s more, in the next 20 years the world’s population is projected to increase by a…  

Digital X and Accelerator Lab scale e-commerce in Uganda

As the world experiences new and complex challenges, many organizations are scrambling to innovate workable and appropriate solutions that not only make business sense but also have a positive social…  

Spotlight Initiative: Demystifying the Judicial System

For many years, perception surveys have ranked the Judiciary as one of the most difficult institutions to navigate in Uganda - the general perception is that a poor person can never win a case.  

Innovation Challenges surfacing sustainable grassroots solutions in Uganda

In the age of innovation, competitive Innovation Challenges have fueled major successes for research institutions, innovation hubs, private enterprises and development organizations.  

Spotlight Initiative: The collaborative casework approach

How working shoulder-to-shoulder with service providers and empowering survivor groups have ensured sustainable access to quality services for survivors of violence in Uganda.  

Spotlight Initiative: Women’s groups driving economic empowerment

Women’s economic empowerment is essential to achieving gender equality and addressing the structural barriers that restrict women’s socioeconomic opportunities. In Uganda, creating livelihoods…  

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