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African Diaspora: Homeland Development

Diasporans represent a powerful constituency in the economic development of Africa and remittances are one of the most tangible and significant ways they contribute to developing their homelands. These financial.

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The Rising Tide of Creativity and Innovation Among African Youth

In recent years, African youth have been at the forefront of groundbreaking initiatives, leveraging their creativity to tackle challenges and seize opportunities in diverse fields. This article discusses the burgeoning.

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Rwanda: Raising the Bar on Education

The former president of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf once said “Investing in education is investing in the future of a nation. Rwanda’s commitment to quality education is a beacon of.

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World Bank’s Influence on Ghana’s Education Revolution

Ghana’s education sector has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent decades. From facing challenges of access, quality, and equity, the country has witnessed significant progress in education outcomes. This advancement.

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Zambia’s Debt Saga and the lesson for other African Nations

The debt crisis in Zambia is a cautionary tale, not just for the country itself but for many African nations grappling with similar challenges. Zambia’s journey into indebtedness and its.

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Africa and the Impact of Smartphone Revolution

A revolution has speedily unfolded and it is the smartphone revolution. This surge in mobile technology is not just about connecting people; it’s transforming entire economies, empowering individuals, and fostering.

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ALM’s POTY 2024: Honouring Africa’s Finest!

The anticipation has been palpable and here we are finally at The 12th African Leadership Magazine Persons of the Year (POTY) Awards Ceremony, in the prestigious Ethiopian Skylight Hotel in.

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Ethiopia gets $745 million from World Bank

Ethiopia Ministry of Finance and the World Bank have signed two Financing Agreements amounting to a total of $745 million, approximately 39.8 billion ETB, both in the form of grants..

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NIGERIA UNVEILS AFRICAN DEBIT CARD, (AfriGo), allay fears of international service providers

The Federal Republic of Nigeria has unveiled an African Central Bank – Led National Domestic Card Scheme, AfriGo, to address local financial needs. The governor of the nation’s central Bank,.

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World Bank Reaffirms Support For Kenya’s Growth Plan

World Bank has assured Kenya of its continued support as the country strives to become an upper middle-income country, anchored under the Vision 2030 blueprint. The Group’s board of executive.

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