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  1. Microfinance: Une aubaine pour les pauvres ?

    ... A MicroEnsure agent talks to microfinance clients about microinsurance at a group meeting in Nairobi, Kenya. Photo: Alamy/David ...

    web.ar - 1 juil 2015

  2. Les statistiques n'en sont plus à leurs premiers balbutiements en Afrique

    ... Are Misled by African Development Statistics and What to Do about It (Cornell Studies in Political Economy). ...

    web.ar - 1 juil 2015

  3. Cashing in on the cashew nuts boom

    ... produced 550,000 tonnes of raw cashew nuts in 2014—about 22% of the global production. The figure is expected to hit a record ... decade ending in 1970, Côte d’Ivoire produced a total of about 300 tonnes of cashew nuts. Its commercial production remained modest for ...

    web.ar - 29 juin 2015

  4. Think beyond microfinance when talking about businesswomen

    ... numbers do not tell the whole story. While women own about 48% of all enterprises in Africa, the African Development Bank estimates ... bank account at a formal financial institution, compared to about one in every four men. The disparity is particularly glaring in ...

    web.ar - 29 juin 2015

  5. Ethiopia’s development is mostly people-driven

    ... with Mr. Tadesse in his office in the capital Addis Ababa about the reasons driving Ethiopia’s economic growth. Why did the Gates ... economies in the world? The government has been clear about how it wants to grow the economy. It is committed both to growth and to ...

    web.ar - 29 juin 2015

  6. Using trade to boost Africa’s industrialization

    ... Africa publication. For example, while Africa accounted for about 16% of global cotton exports in 2012, only 1% of these exports, or about $400 million, was cotton that had been processed into fabrics. During the ...

    web.ar - 29 juin 2015

  7. The changing face of Ethiopia

    ... the past decade. “The government has been pretty clear about what it wants and how it wants to grow the economy,” says Haddis ... also the head of the UNDP in Ethiopia. “We are not talking about a [small country] with two million people. We are talking about a country ...

    web.ar - 29 juin 2015

  8. Funding the planet’s future

    ... the levels of tax collection in low-income countries are at about 10–14% of GDP, according to the Committee of Experts report. This is about one-third less than in middle-income countries, and both rates are in ...

    web.ar - 29 juin 2015

  9. Can Africa fund its own growth?

    ... use formal banking services. Africa’s savings-to-GDP was about 22% between 2005 and 2010, compared to 46% in East Asia and the Pacific ... estimates the private equity market in Africa to be worth about $30 billion. In 2011 alone, private equity firms raised $1.5 billion for ...

    web.ar - 29 juin 2015

  10. Billions now required to save depleted healthcare systems

    ... had a significant shortfall of medical personnel – only about 50 doctors, which was approximately one doctor per 100,000 persons. “Before Ebola, we needed about $20 million annually for drugs but we were getting only $2 million,” ...

    web.ar - 29 juin 2015