Majwala Meaud Major


Dr. Majwala Meaud Major is an Agronomist and the President of Sustainable World Initiative, East Africa- A Research and Public Policy Think Tank on Agronomics, Climate Change and Sustainable Development.
Role: Journalist, Politics
No. of articles: 9
Email: majwala.meaud.major@themunicheye.com




Delivering Better Maternal Care to the World

Maternal mortality is a global problem and it needs a global solution, therefore a collective action is very vital and urgent. It is not only a...

African Health Sector under stress

Child mortality is improving in African nations
Africa has a variety of problems, fortunes and misfortunes but now the most pressing one that needs urgent attention and concerted efforts is that of...

The need for a water revolution

Water, a precious commodity
Everyone needs water in sufficient quantity and portable quality to live a healthy life. The many uses of water, Agricultural, domestic, power...

Crafting cost-effective policies against climate change

The public-private sector partnership is instrumental in crafting cost-effective policies against climate change in Africa
The Earth's Climate is changing. There is now one-fifth more carbon in the atmosphere than there was in 2000 and there few signs of global emissions...

Is Africa fit to play the Biotechnology game?

Africa ready to play the Biotechnology gam
A casual move around villages in Southern Tanzania, can enable one to see the misery of farmers complaining about seeds that can only be grown once...

The Role of the Third Sector in Health Service Provision in Africa

African healthcare in the spotlight
The Structural Adjustment Programmes (SAPs) have been fully implemented in most African countries since 1987. They aimed at, among other things: to...

Banking Without Boundaries

Mobiles good for banking?
Almost two decades ago Bill Gates, one of the founders of Microsoft, famously dismissed retail banks as "dinosaurs". Conservative bankers regularly...

How to end poverty and food insecurity

Millennium Development Goals beyond reach?
Beyond the fact that it is next year (2015) for the grace period to elapse of the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, we still have a...

Wise and focused leaders cannot give away forests!

Forests are the future and must be treated with the respect they deserve.
I saw a young boy driving a huge horse along a narrow path directing it whenever it tried to turn around. I asked myself, assuming it refuses; can't...