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Building Africa's Infrastructure

Building Africa’s Infrastructure June 20, 2013 The African Union’s Strategic Plan seeks to promote integration, socioeconomic development and cooperation on the continent. They have identified infrastructure as a key priority to Africa’s growth. Resulting from this, the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) was developed and approved by African heads of state in January Read More »


AGOA August 9, 2013 The African Growth and Opportunity Act, AGOA, is a U.S. law that offers trade incentives to African countries to open their economies. This program has been very successful and, in 13 years, two-way trade between Africa and the United States has more than doubled. In addition, over 43 million jobs in Read More »

Healthcare in Africa

Healthcare in Africa  February 25,2014 Although Africa is dubbed the world’s most underdeveloped continent, it is the second-fastest growing region with a third of its 54 internationally recognized countries experiencing a yearly GDP growth of about 6%. Africa is also projected to have a working age population of over 1.1 billion people by the year Read More »

Middle East

Middle East March 4, 2014 Empowering youth is the focus of a 2013 report published by the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). While societal fault lines are causing major governmental turmoil in the region, it is even more important to invest in the region’s growing young population, with 75 Read More »


HOW CAN TECHNOLOGY IN GOVERNMENT IMPACT ECONOMIC GROWTH? March 4, 2014   In 2011, the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council published a seminal report on The Future of Government – Lessons Learned from around the World. The primary focus of the report is government optimization through actions of public and private decision makers. Constantly Read More »

Peacekeeping Force in Central Africa

Peacekeeping Force in Central Africa March 13,2014 Toussaint Kongo-Doudou, the foreign minister of the Central African Republic, has reached out to the United Nations in a request for sending a peacekeeping force to the country. He says that the U.N. holds the resources and military presence needed to help dissolve the rising conflict. The violent Read More »

Saving African Rhinos

Saving African Rhinos March 20, 2014 South Africa is home to most of the African continent’s Rhinoceros species – both white and black. These species are over-hunted, making them highly vulnerable and endangered. But what exactly are these poachers after? Rhino horn. So what is it about their horns that make them so lucrative?  Some Read More »