Cleaner, Cheaper and More Reliable Energy in Cameroon
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Cleaner, Cheaper and More Reliable Energy in Cameroon

For many Cameroonians, electricity comes at a high cost. Only half of Cameroon’s population has…

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REDD+ Program in Burkina Faso: Supporting Climate-Smart Development in Communities
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REDD+ Program in Burkina Faso: Supporting Climate-Smart Development in Communities

To address land and forest degradation, integrated land management is necessary to reconcile development and…

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A Better Life for Thousands of Zambian Women and Girls
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A Better Life for Thousands of Zambian Women and Girls

In Zambia, women and girls bear a disproportionate burden of poverty. Yet, when girls get…

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What Role Can the Services Sector Play in Ethiopia’s Economy?
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What Role Can the Services Sector Play in Ethiopia’s Economy?

The latest World Bank Economic Update for Ethiopia identifies key challenges in the country’s economy…

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Meet Constance: Math Teacher and Pig Farmer from Lesotho
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Meet Constance: Math Teacher and Pig Farmer from Lesotho

Constance Senekal, a teacher by profession, initially ventured into pig farming to sustain her family.…

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Ghana: Resourceful Communities Transforming Landscapes and Livelihoods
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Ghana: Resourceful Communities Transforming Landscapes and Livelihoods

The video showcases Ghana’s success in fighting land degradation by working with communities. For more…

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The Sahel Alliance: Working Together to Tackle Shared Problems
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The Sahel Alliance: Working Together to Tackle Shared Problems

The G5 Sahelian countries of Mali, Niger, Mauritania, Burkina Faso and Chad are working together…

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How a Young Farmer Started Supplying Large Supermarkets
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How a Young Farmer Started Supplying Large Supermarkets

Julius Maboloka is a 36-year-old farmer from Lesotho who is now supplying vegetables to large…

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In Ghana, solar-powered mini-grids bring security and new economic opportunities
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In Ghana, solar-powered mini-grids bring security and new economic opportunities

Ghana provides electricity for 83% of its population, the second highest rate in Sub-Saharan Africa,…

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Towards a More Inclusive South Africa
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Towards a More Inclusive South Africa

Tackling the root causes of poverty, inequality, and unemployment through coordinated reforms, could help South…

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