sub Saharan Africa

 
Unequal educational outcomes are about more than enrolment
Unequal educational outcomes are about more than enrolment
Recent decades have brought significant progress toward a more just and equal world in areas such as poverty reduction, immunisation and life...
Sharing best practice key to healthy results solutions
Sharing best practice key to healthy results solutions
We live in an age of ubiquitous technology, from cellphones to artificial intelligence and cryptocurrencies — and yet there are still about...
Countries fail to reach gender equality goal — report
Countries fail to reach gender equality goal — report
No country, out of 129 countries in five regions, has “fully achieved the promise of gender equality” — a target established by the...
Botswana hangs on to the death penalty
Botswana hangs on to the death penalty
In sub-Saharan Africa, a region with no shortage of development issues, Botswana stands out for its strong economy, stable democracy and commitment...
How sub-Saharan Africa can harness its big electricity opportunities
How sub-Saharan Africa can harness its big electricity opportunities
Electricity lifts people out of poverty and improves their health and standards of living. Yet 1.3 billion of the world’s people don’t have...
Ugandan invention revolutionises malaria testing
Ugandan invention revolutionises malaria testing
It took several days, and several blood tests, before someone figured out what was wrong with Brian Gitta. The Ugandan engineer, now 25, had...
Looting of Africa calls for action
Looting of Africa calls for action
A new World Bank report, The Changing Wealth of Nations 2018, documents Africa’s impoverishment by the rampant extraction of minerals, oil and...
Report: UN peacekeeping arms losses could equip an army
Report: UN peacekeeping arms losses could equip an army
UN-backed peacekeepers have lost enough guns and ammunition in sub-Saharan Africa over the past two decades to arm an army, according to a study by...
Africa snared in a web of eurobond debt
Africa snared in a web of eurobond debt
The 2008 economic crisis is the largest factor that has driven developing countries to seek alternative sources of finance for social and developmental infrastructure. This is because of drying up bilateral loans and grants from Europe and the United States....
Sub-Saharan Africa's marginalisation an 'opportunity'
Sub-Saharan Africa's marginalisation an 'opportunity'
Sub-Saharan Africa is facing short- to medium-term marginalisation as attention and resources are diverted elsewhere.

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