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IDEP strengthens capacities of African public officials in agricultural policy

From 24 July to 4 August 2017, the African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) organized a course on Agricultural Policy for African public officials.

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Burundi : UN envoy reiterates inclusive dialogue

Burundi : UN envoy reiterates inclusive dialogue, regional support to political process The United Nations Special Envoy to Burundi today urged African leaders, in solidarity with the UN, to support an inclusive dialogue between the Government and the opposition in a country where political upheaval has resulted in insecurity since April 2015. Addressing the UN […]

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Burundi : ECA Deputy Chief highlights the vital need for sound statistics in Africa

Ms. Giovanie Biha, ECA Deputy Executive Secretary, argues that sound statistics are essential to help African countries to analyse what is going on the continent and better plan policies to improve people’s lives. She stresses that there are still a large data gap that hinders policy makers from making informed decisions and that ECA stands […]

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Burundi : Solar Street Lights Illuminate Bujumbura

“By expanding our investments from commercial scale projects to include off-grid additionally, we are positively impacting the lives of millions of people in Burundi and throughout Africa” – Yosef I. Abramowitz, CEO, Gigawatt Global Downtown Bujumbura just got a little brighter, thanks to an innovative partnership between Mayor Freddy MBONIMPA and Gigawatt Global (http://GigawattGlobal.com), a […]

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