Storm clouds brewing for the global economy

by World Bank The outlook for the global economy in 2019 has darkened. International trade and investment have softened. Trade tensions remain elevated. Several large emerging...

Brain drain for brain gain; the positives in all Nigerian health negatives

  Imagine how the Nigerian Health Sector will be in six months if over 5,000 health workers, practicing aboard decide to return home to save...

The Trump administration’s Africa strategy: Primacy or partnership?

by Witney Schneidman and Landry Signé  Last week, the Trump administration launched an Africa policy that seeks both primacy and partnership on the...

Empower women, empower economies, says Lagarde

Evidence shows that girls and women play a significant role in boosting economic growth, reducing inequality, and strengthening financial resilience for families and their...

On World AIDS Day, Help Young People Access Life-Saving Information

By Jennifer Amadi We Nigerians pride ourselves on being the biggest and the best – the most populous country in Africa with one of the...

High-Growth Firms: Facts, Fiction, and Policy Options for Emerging Economies

Policies to create jobs, promote entrepreneurship and growth are key priorities for many emerging economies. Designing and implementing reforms is particularly challenging as policy...

AfDB, Purdue agribiz mentoring pact fires up young Africans

For Miriam Ahuna Ofoeze, nothing now stands between her and her cherished goal of becoming a successful agribusiness entrepreneur. Thanks to an innovative training...

A home coming: My visit to Liberia’s new National Public Health Institute

by Chikwe Ihekweazu In May 2015, a few months after my experience as part of the Ebola outbreak response team in Liberia, I shared my...

After 2 years, building NCDC is work in progress

by Chikwe Ihekweazu “If you’re walking down the right path and you’re willing to keep walking, eventually you’ll make progress.” – Barack Obama These words from...

Women working behind the wheels? Not everywhere – yet

Katrin Schulz & Nato Kurshitashvili Starting this month, an estimated 9 million women will be able to get behind the wheel in Saudi Arabia after...

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