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Opening remarks by Kofi Annan, Chair of the Africa Progress Panel, at the launch of “Lights, Power, Action: Electrifying Africa” in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire on 13 March 2017. Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am pleased to be with you in...
By Azad Essa It has been almost six months since Arikana Chihombori-Quao was appointed African Union's ambassador to the United States. Chihombori-Quao, a former medical doctor, served as the Chair of the African Union-African Diaspora Health Initiative (AU-ADHI) between 2012-2016, became the...
By Rafiq Raji  How is it that West Africa only accounts for 5% of foreign direct investment (FDI) into the African continent? The World Bank wondered this in July this year. This is a region that includes the continent’s largest economy, Nigeria,...
In an attempt to encourage young people to opt for teaching as a career, the Rwandan government has announced that it will drop university fees for those who want to study education. It will also cut secondary school fees by...
The facts about poverty and its root causes do not stop our political leaders telling us how generous we are to Africa. Of how much they care about doing something about it. And of how proud they are (and...
By Victor Amusa From unstable weather patterns to diminishing water supply, poor water quality, dwindling agriculture to poor food production, which have had a deteriorating effect on human health, the attendant hard times on a vulnerable population; especially women and...
By Kabona Esiara Rwanda’s war against dumping by foreign countries has been emboldened with the launch of the first car built in Kigali on Wednesday. German carmaker Volkswagen rolled off a Polo from its new assembly plant at Kigali’s Special Economic...
Many African countries rely on tourism as a major sector of the economy. The continent has a lot to offer visitors from outstanding waterfalls to unique wildlife and the ruins of ancient civilizations. Curious individuals are rewarded on their...
By Lucy Sherriff Fighting climate change in one of the hottest and poorest countries in the world was never going to be easy. But that’s exactly the task 20 year-old David Naibei, an environmental activist from Chad has taken on. His north-central...
By Paul Wallace, Solape Renner, and Anthony Osae-Brown The International Monetary Fund said Nigeria’s economy was growing too slowly to reduce poverty or joblessness and urged the government to boost revenue and scrap its system of...
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