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Tax evasion: the main cause of global povertyLSE’s Isabella Mosselmans calls on Western governments to monitor and enforce global companies to pay the correct taxes in the countries in which they operate. The OECD has estimated that developing countries lose an estimated 3 times more to tax … Continue reading →
2014 LSE Africa Summit: Africa tech hubs – A tale of hope or hype?LSE alumnus Rauf Aregbesola looks at whether Africa’s technology revolution is all that it is hyped up to be. “A hopeful continent”, “The next frontier for investors”, “A dark horse in the digital revolution”. Sound familiar? These are just a … Continue reading →
Logistics network design in Africa : integrating aid flows and national self supply /
Efficiency of health system units in Africa : a data envelopment analysis /
Africa at LSE [electronic resource] : LSE's engagement with Africa.
Africa bibliography [electronic resource].
Congo-Kinshasa: Hague Court Convicts Former Militia Leader of Atrocities[UN News]The International Criminal Court (ICC) today convicted former Congolese militia leader Germain Katanga of war crimes committed during a deadly 2003 attack on a village in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
Rwanda: Kigali Expels South African Diplomats[News of Rwanda]Rwanda has expelled six high ranking South African diplomats from Kigali, all accused of espionage.
South Sudan: UN says clashes in Upper Nile state prevent deliveries to needy populationsThe United Nations refugee agency today expressed its deep concern about the situation in South Sudan's Upper Nile state, where needy populations, including refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs) and, increasingly, host communities are being affected as security conditions have prevented the delivery of food and other relief items to several camps since February.
Extremely grave' situation in Central African Republic demands urgent action - UN officialPainting a grim picture of war-torn Central African Republic (CAR), where months of inter-religious violence has wrecked State institutions, left millions on the brink of starvation and now threatens to suck in the wider region, the top United Nations relief official today called for urgent international action - more peacekeepers and more aid - to end the crisis.
African Development Bank
“Gender is not an annex of our work”, says AfDB President Donald Kaberuka at International Women’s Day
AfDB Board approves Country Strategy Papers for Tunisia and Namibia