Sustainable growth and development in Africa NEW YORK, NY (March 30, 2009) All for Africa announces the release of it’s newly developed website a conduit for interactive communication between All […]
Drawing in part on a study of Tanzania this paper explains how local producers of agro-commodities in poorer countries have not benefited proportionately from the rise in commodity prices in recent years
In The Gambia, a 26 episode radio series called Bolongodala (beside the river) has been produced.
Atieno Odhiambo has died
This project for the education sector targets twelve secondary schools in the capital and in the provinces (five in the capital, seven in the provinces).
There’s a review on H-AfrArts list of a book about Ethopian artist Qes Adamu Tesfaw
Role of women in Africa The following paper presents a view of the role of women in Africa according to African Religion as specified by the author, John Mbiti. The […]
Development data Data in Africa Development Indicators 2008/09 have been assembled from a variety of sources to present a broad picture of development across Africa. Data are presented from 1965 […]
Fostering potential of traditional medicine A recent press release from the UN Economic and Social Council 2009 Organizational Session Panel Discussion reports on the discussion about fostering the potential of […]
Small and medium forest enterprises (SMFEs) in Mozambique account for 95.8% of the formally registered enterprises in the forest sector.
This paper first analyses the adequacy of the existing legal framework on access to information and participation.
This study surveys a thriving, albeit largely informal, small and medium forest enterprise sector in Malawi.