RESEARCH RELATED OFFERINGS
The ADIRM research focuses on public sustainable energy, human health; agriculture and food; environmental sustainability; education; enterprise and entrepreneurship; digital technology; big data, artificial intelligence, internet of things (IoT); peace and conflict resolution.
Energy Research Group
We focus on the exploration, development & efficient use of alternative and environment-friendly energy sources.
Agriculture & Natural Resources Management Research Group
Our overarching strategy is to improve agricultural production systems &and enhance agricultural sustainability.
Environmental & Sustainability Research Group
We focus on environmental problems and challenges from the perspectives of natural resource.
Economics & Policy Research Group
Our research agenda addresses issues within and between economics and policy for sustainability.
Entrepreneurship & Enterprise Research Group
Research and studies that unearth the causes of organisational and human management deficiencies in Africa.
Public & Human Health Research Group
Our aims is to conduct research on the prevention and management of chronic disease within primary health care.
Digital Economy Research Group
The digital economy research group focuses on the scope for value creation and capturing the digital economy in Africa.
Conflict & Peace Resolution Research Group
Focuses on how different actors can respond to preconditions for conflict resolution and sustainable peace.
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE IN EDUCATION
We aim to improve the financial, social and environmental well-being of Africans — The ADIRM social enterprise is structured as a profit and non-profit towards oriented achieving community interest and benefit. The main purpose is to promote, encourage, and make social change in Africa.
Our industry research helps organisations to create new knowledge, turning them into new products and services. We focus on how digital technology innovation will enable African businesses to achieve innovation and organisational performance.
Our research can be instrumental in the development of policy practice, shaping legislation and altering behaviour. It can be conceptual in contributing to the understanding of policy issues
Our knowledge discovery can be a positive contribution that impacts socio-economic development in Africa.