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Trading while caring for people and plan…

Aug 15, 2018 Africa Renewal MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS211

Ratifications are moving ahead, if slowly, on the newly signed African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA)—the world’s largest free trade agreement (with the most member countries) since the founding of the World Trade Organization. The African...

Paris Agreement on climate change: One y…

Jan 18, 2018 Africa Renewal MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS183

Several African countries have begun implementing climate resilience activities   Since December 2015, when 195 countries signed the Paris Agreement on climate change, several countries in Africa have begun implementing climate resilience activities that will allow them...

How smart policies can lessen effects of…

Jan 18, 2018 Africa Renewal MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS188

According to a famous African proverb, “When the music changes, so does the dance.” This adage illustrates the continent’s current position amidst opportunities for, and challenges to, development and governance as the 21st century unfolds.  In...

The Road to Paris: What’s at Stake for A…

Jun 21, 2018 intpolicydigest.org MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS206

In less than 200 days, the world is expected to agree upon a new climate protocol which will succeed the Kyoto protocol and govern the global climate regime post 2020. In investigating Africa’s stake in...

Winning Africa’s Future: Food Security f…

Jun 21, 2018 intpolicydigest.org MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS228

In a little less than 7 days, more than 1400 participants will gather in Nairobi on 30-31 July 2015 to discuss how Africa can win its future under the theme “Re-imagining Africa’s Food Security Now and into...

Africa’s Historic Moment: Pan-African Fo…

Jun 21, 2018 intpolicydigest.org MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS256

The ills facing Africa today including low agricultural productivity under a changing climate to Africa’s socio-economic growth are widely documented. Consequent to low agricultural productivity, Africa spends more than $35 billion annually on food imports while food worth...

Building wealth and climate resilience i…

Aug 15, 2018 thisisafrica.me MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS210

Africa has the highest number of people living in extreme poverty, and 60 percent of its youth is unemployed. The magnitude of the task of creating jobs and socioeconomic opportunities is clear, which is why...

Calling Africa’s youth to action

Aug 15, 2018 thisisafrica.me MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS1557

The youth represents Africa’s now, not just Africa’s tomorrow. Young people must wear the crown of leadership today, as the change-makers of today and tomorrow and as future leaders. It is time for young people...

Climate change and the challenges in the…

Feb 05, 2018 thisisafrica.me MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS236

Effective climate action can turn challenges in the Sahel into opportunities, say Dr Richard Munang and Robert Mgendi An effective response to climate change in the Sahel is long overdue. The vulnerability of this region cannot be...

Africa and climate change: What's at sta…

Jun 20, 2018 aljazeera.com MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS171

Climate change predictions show a very bleak future for Africa. Funding for adaptation should be on the global agenda.   The Warsaw climate change conference in November this year is the next milestone towards the 2015 deadline...

What we need to learn from Freetown's la…

Feb 05, 2018 aljazeera.com MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS245

Last week, disaster hit Sierra Leone, one of the jewels of Africa. At least 500 people were killed after a mudslide tore through a suburb of the capital Freetown. Hundreds of people are still missing and thousands...

Volunteerism: A prerequisite for Africa…

Feb 05, 2018 aljazeera.com MOD_NEWS_PRO_GK5_NHITS258

The continent's future lies in the hands of the youth who can successfully harness agriculture and clean energy.   "Africa will write its own history and, both north and south of the Sahara, it will be a...

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