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by Sahiba Minhas The UK Government recently launched a new scheme aimed at improving the lives of individuals in developing countries who work for suppliers operating in the global supply chain. The program, Trade in Global Value Chains Initiative, uses UK government...
The British gave up their last colonies in Africa half a century ago. But they left their wigs behind. Not just any wigs. They are the long, white, horsehair locks worn by high court judges (and King George III). They are...
DAKAR (Reuters) - Economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa should recover slightly to 2.6 percent this year after a more than two-decade low in 2016 as commodity exporters faced lower prices, the International Monetary Fund said on Tuesday. The slight rebound...
By Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson David Cameron speaks compellingly about international aid. Eradicating poverty, he says, means certain institutional changes: rights for women and minorities, a free media and integrity in government. It means the freedom to participate in...
By Jennifer Kite-Powell A Dutch company, Smart Parks, has installed its fourth and largest African smart park to date in Malawi's Liwonde National Park in October 2018. In just two weeks, the 548km2 size national park was equipped with gateways and sensors that gather information...
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 Francis S. Collins and Jeremy Farrar We are writing to comment on your November 12 article entitled “Funding Research in Africa” by Paula Park. The article appropriately identified a very real problem—the dearth of basic research funding for scientists in...
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 Francois Botha The African continent has certainly faced its fair share of challenges in recent decades. But with the trend for emerging economies helping to drive progress in many parts of the world, Africa is now embracing technological change that is...
On this sunny Thursday morning, the crowd trickled in one after the other. Cars drove into the take-off spot. The enthusiasm was high; high enough to bespeak how much Nigerians appreciate a feat and are willing to celebrate it....
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