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Magazine articles on politics, society, and news in Africa.
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November 2005
35 Who Made a Difference: Richard Leakey The leader of the Kenyan fossil-hunting Hominid Gang is still keenly interested in what makes us human as well as being deeply motivated to make the African continent work. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
October 2005
Ronald Bailey
Data: Aiding and Indebting Despite the push to give to sub-Saharan African economies, evidence that aid boosts economic development is hard to come by. mark for My Articles 286 similar articles
Science News
September 24, 2005
Janet Raloff
Wheat Warning--New Rust Could Spread Like Wildfire Wheat growers face a challenging threat with the emergence of a new and virulent fungal pathogen that has been popping up in fields throughout East Africa. It has reduced grain yields by as much as 71 percent and could bloom into global crop epidemics within the next 15 years. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Finance & Development
September 1, 2005
Aiyar et al.
The Macroeconomic Challenge of More Aid Here is an analysis of five African countries that received big increases in aid. Their experiences offer useful lessons on an international level in scaling up aid to well-performing poor countries. mark for My Articles 217 similar articles
Finance & Development
September 1, 2005
Andrews et al.
Ethiopia: Scaling Up Assessing the impact of a dramatic increase in aid on one of Africa's poorest countries. mark for My Articles 240 similar articles
Finance & Development
September 1, 2005
Basil P. Mramba
Tanzania: 'Smart' Partnerships A clear national development vision upon which donor support can be anchored is critical for ensuring that aid is well used. mark for My Articles 148 similar articles
Finance & Development
September 1, 2005
Jean-Baptiste Compaore
Burkina Faso: Greater Capacity In Burkina Faso, only about 70% of aid committed by donors is effectively disbursed. Improving absorption capacity is crucial if a scaling up of aid is to be effective in growing its economy. mark for My Articles 116 similar articles
September 2005
Paul Raffaele
Born into Bondage Despite denials by government officials, slavery remains a way of life in the African nation of Niger. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Finance & Development
June 1, 2005
Birger Fredriksen
Keeping the Promise What is holding up achieving primary education for all African children? mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
April 2005
Laura Stafford
Drought in the Horn of Africa Eastern Africa is suffering from a severe drought for the sixth year in a row, which could endanger the upcoming harvest season and put the area at risk of famine. mark for My Articles 60 similar articles
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