Africa’s Digital Future
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Africa’s Digital Future

From e-logistics to e-commerce and e-learning, digital startups are driving innovation across Africa. Their innovative…

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Africa’s Pulse: Charting the Road to Recovery
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Africa’s Pulse: Charting the Road to Recovery

Driven by the economic fallout of the COVID-19 global pandemic, growth in Sub-Saharan Africa is…

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Meet the Medics on the Frontline of Guinea’s COVID-19 Fight
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Meet the Medics on the Frontline of Guinea’s COVID-19 Fight

Dr. Haba Eveline, a mother of five children, is one of the health care workers…

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Fighting the COVID-19 Pandemic in Guinea
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Fighting the COVID-19 Pandemic in Guinea

As part of the fight against COVID-19, the World Bank is providing support that will…

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Madagascar: Boosting Social Safety Nets to Support Those Most Affected by the COVID-19 Lockdown
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Madagascar: Boosting Social Safety Nets to Support Those Most Affected by the COVID-19 Lockdown

An unprecedented period of lockdown has deprived hundreds of thousands of people of a source…

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What’s Happening in Zimbabwe One Year After Cyclone Idai?
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What’s Happening in Zimbabwe One Year After Cyclone Idai?

About a year after Cyclone Idai hit South-Eastern Africa, the Idai Recovery Project is boosting…

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Madagascar: Boosting Social Safety Nets to Support Those Most Affected by the COVID-19 Lockdown
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Madagascar: Boosting Social Safety Nets to Support Those Most Affected by the COVID-19 Lockdown

An unprecedented period of lockdown has deprived hundreds of thousands of people of a source…

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Today Everyone is Proud of me: Pastoralists in the Sahel Look Forward to a Better Future
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Today Everyone is Proud of me: Pastoralists in the Sahel Look Forward to a Better Future

In the Sahel, pastoralism provides a livelihood for more than 20 million people who face…

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In Search of Greener Pastures: on the Road with Sahel’s Pastoralists
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In Search of Greener Pastures: on the Road with Sahel’s Pastoralists

In the Sahel, livestock farming provides a livelihood for more than 20 million people, 75%…

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It’s Time to Integrate Pastoralism into Regional Policies in the Sahel
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It’s Time to Integrate Pastoralism into Regional Policies in the Sahel

In West Africa alone, more than 80 million people earn a living from occupations related…

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