Infant Mortality-Focused Healthtech Neopenda Raises USD 1 Mn From Axel Johnson Inc and SUNU Capital

Uganda-focused, Chicago-based healthtech startup Neopenda has closed another financing round. The firm which makes wearable neonatal monitors has raised a

Building Tech, Preserving Nature, & Creating Employment: Meet The Serial Entrepreneur From Uganda

Entrepreneurship has always had something to do with liberating people from poverty but in the case of Charles Batte –

Kampala Faces 24000 Man-hour Loss Everyday Due To Traffic Jam

Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) approximates that commuters in the Kampala lose 24,000 man-hours every day due to traffic jams.

This ‘Smart Jacket’ Is Smart Enough To Save The Lives Of Children In Uganda And Beyond

Before Brian Turyabagye scribbled his name in the annals of African tech innovations with his groundbreaking invention; a biomedical smart


An Entrepreneur In Uganda Is ‘Making The Paper’ With Paper – And He Started In High School

“Paper Bag King,” “Paper Bag Emperor” – those aren’t lines from some contemporary hip-hop track by some wannabe rap star.

Uganda: Netherland’s Project Boosts Farmers’ Produce By 70 Percent

More than 250 K Ugandan farmers recorded an increase in output from their produce. This is as result of timely access

This Couple Has Given One More Reason To Schoolgirls In Uganda To Study For A Better Future

Kitengeesa; a small village in Uganda, has always been bedeviled by a high dropout rate when it comes to girl

An AI Lab in Uganda Is Using Smartphones To Diagnose Malaria And Tuberculosis In Two Minutes

A crowded waiting room with people milling about and patients leaning on windows and even sitting on doorsteps because all

Mocked For Doing ‘Girlie Stuff’ At 14, This Ugandan Has Now Created A Successful Business Out Of It

It’s yet another end-of-term and schoolchildren are visibly excited. Well, who wouldn’t be? It’s been such an exerting term, but

This Entrepreneur’s Passion Has Empowered More Than 1600 Women In Rural Uganda

On a typical weekday, Eric Kaduru would wake up before the first rays of daylight began to find their way through