Work

The Kajjansi Urban Development Project

The Kajjansi Junction programme is a multi-annual initiative that aims to develop a fast growing urban area in Uganda in such a way, that it creates value for the local businesses and communities while reducing the environmental footprint with the aim of demonstrating how African cities can adopt a more inclusive and circular development model. [Read more...]

SEED Initiative : Promoting entrepreneurship and sustainable development

SEED Initiative, hosted by Adelphi Research gemeinnützige GmbH, runs an annual global awards scheme, the SEED Awards, in which the most promising start-up social and environmental enterprises are selected by the independent expert International Jury.Read more

Switch Africa Green: Supporting Uganda to achieve sustainable tourism development.

The overall objective of the Switch Africa project is to support Uganda to achieve sustainable tourism development by engaging in the transition towards an inclusive green industry based on sustainable consumption and production (SCP) patterns. Read more

Incubation, Investment, Impact

B-Space provides tailor-made business development support services to SME’s in Uganda and thereby develops a pipeline of investment ready SME’s for the Oxfam Novib Impact Investment Fund and other social impact investors. Read more

Finding room for cotton seed oil

Cotton seed oil is a by product of cotton production, but this oil is currently not consumed in Uganda. Is there a market for cotton seed oil as a finished consumer product, to serve the low income households in Uganda? Read more

Crickets – the new superfood in Uganda?

Uganda, the 2SCALE consortium is establishing a value chain for cricket as a food product. But, how do you market the nutritional benefits of crickets to a people who do not even eat crickets?! Read more

Menstrual Hygiene Management – SNV

B-Space has been asked to advise SNV Uganda on the strategic choices they could make to accelerate private sector investment when addressing menstrual hygiene management issues in Uganda. Read more