Development impact stories
Read in further detail how Commonwealth alumni have made an impact within their organisations and communities, and across nations and internationally, as described in the articles below
Tabitha Njeri Ndung’u highlights the importance of disease surveillance to protect animal health against the impact of climate change.
Dan Egesa shares how his research into biomass is contributing to clean and renewable energy production in Uganda.
Olakunle Oginni discusses his research investigating the relationship between sexual minority status and adverse mental and physical health in Nigeria.
Priscilla Ablordeppey highlights the impact of her work implementing accessible and low-cost eye care services for rural communities in the Agona West Municipality in Central Region, Ghana.
Mia Pistorius highlights ongoing challenges to inclusivity, diversity and equity in the arts.
by Kirsty Scott | Aug 29, 2022 | Strengthening global peace, security and governance
Olaoluwa Abagun applies her expertise on gender to work with religious leaders in Lagos State, Nigeria on preventing sexual violence.
Christine Wanjala reflects on her current and past work providing education programmes for all in emergency settings, from children in post-conflict South Sudan to refugees in Ethiopia.
Faustin Ahishakiye shares his motivations for founding a renewable energy company in Rwanda to increase access to electricity in rural areas and combat climate change.
Mariam Malik discusses her role evaluating the effectiveness of polio immunisation strategies in Pakistan.
Twivwe Siwale explains how her work investigating taxation can contribute to economic and development growth in developing countries.