Aid agencies and NGOs are increasingly partnering with large corporations. New answer to global development —or just corporate welfare for the 1%?
Africa’s urbanisation is happening at lower levels of income and with far less investment in infrastructure than in other parts of the world.
Hurray! (We think)— Aid to Africa is projected to decline, but these 7 African countries can't live without it
When creditors sneeze...these countries can't help catching a serious cold.
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South African universities employed about 50,000 permanent and temporary faculty members by 2011.
Thanks to the progress of the last 15 years, the geography of poverty has changed.
Thanks mostly to the Nile, Egypt’s land under irrigated farming is 2.9 million hectares – in comparison, Kenya has about 34,000.
Africa has a net food import bill of $35 billion per year, yet also has the largest arable land in the world.
If an African country is not improving in health, or not producing enough food, its first reaction should not be to seek excuses, or scapegoats.