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  1. Africa after Brexit

    ... Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy, and Britain was worth about £6 billion ($7.9 billion), and had been projected to reach £20 billion ... British development aid to Africa. Britain contributed about £409 million ($543 million), or 14.8%, to the European Development Fund ...

    web.ar - 22 aoû 2016

  2. Judiciary: Fighting graft needs muscles

    ... and its credibility” and deepened long-held suspicions about the legal profession in general.  The role of the judiciary is to ... showed that judicial independence is not guaranteed in about half of the 54 African countries.  Global Integrity data is also ...

    web.ar - 22 aoû 2016

  3. The art of midwifing elections in Africa

    ... bodies face in many parts of Africa. “Elections are about power. They designate who will control power and lead the community,” ...

    web.ar - 22 aoû 2016

  4. Women grapple with harsh weather

    ... Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), about two-thirds of the female workforce in developing countries is involved in ...

    web.ar - 22 aoû 2016

  5. Pan-Africa passport to open up borders

    ... has increased African arrivals in Rwanda by an average of about 22% per year. Foreign nationals, however, may be charged up to $100 for a ...

    web.ar - 22 aoû 2016

  6. Africa Books

    ... 2016, 267pp $20.00 There was something striking about the 25th World Economic Forum on Africa held in Cape Town, South Africa, ...

    web.ar - 15 aoû 2016

  7. Africa Watch: South Sudan

    ... times in the past, it could be violated.   By mid-July about 300 people, including 33 civilians and two Chinese peacekeepers, had been ... be the cause of the people’s suffering.” There are about 12,000 UN peacekeepers in the country, and other UN agencies such as ...

    web.ar - 15 aoû 2016

  8. Abolishing fees boosts African schooling

    ... it have been a success, despite continuing worries about financing, class sizes and teacher quality. In fact, the lifting of fees ... reported, domestic spending on education increased from about $703 mn in school year of 2001/02 to $951 mn in 2003/04, a third of the ...

    Anonymous (non vérifié) - 12 aoû 2016

  9. A green path to industrialization

    ... price of oil dropped from a peak of $100 a barrel in 2015 to about $50 by mid-June 2016. Before the oil price crash, even countries just ... growth factors include better access to financing, concerns about energy security and the environment and the growing demand for modern ...

    web.ar - 12 aoû 2016

  10. Somalia charts a new path

    ... with Africa Renewal’s Franck Kuwonu , he talks about his time in Somalia and what lies ahead for the country. Africa ... the country and we are there to stay, there is no doubt about it.  The Somali people are greatly encouraged by the UN presence there ...

    web.ar - 5 aoû 2016