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الجهات المانحة الإفريقية والملكية الصومالية:الفيل في مؤتمرالصومال لسنة 2013
كأول رئيس دائم للصومال في عقدين يستعد للحصول على ملكية إعادة إعمار البلاد التي مزقتها الحرب، يبحث جوناثان فيشر من جامعة برمنغهام فيما إذا كان اللاعبون الإقليميون مثل كينيا وإثيوبيا وأوغندا مستعدة للتخلي عن سيطرتها في الصومال. هذا المقال … Continue reading
Book Review: Poor Numbers: How We Are Misled by African Development Statistics and What to Do About It
LSE’s Gerardo Serra calls Morten Jerven’s book Poor Numbers: How we are misled by African Development Statistics and What to Do about It a pioneering attempt in opening the black box of African statistical offices. Statistical indicators, such as GDP, … Continue reading
Africa and France : postcolonial cultures, migration, and racism /
Case studies of conflict in Africa : the Niger Delta, the Bakassi Peninsula, and piracy in Somalia /
Africa at LSE [electronic resource] : LSE's engagement with Africa.
Africa bibliography [electronic resource].
Nigeria: Nigerians On the Run As Military Combats Boko Haram
[IRIN]Kano -Tens of thousands of residents of northeastern Nigeria's Borno State have fled their homes - thousands of them into neighbouring Niger and Cameroon - following airstrikes by Nigerian fighter jets on Boko Haram (BH) camps from 15 May.
Congo-Kinshasa: South African Peacekeepers Chase Away Refugees - Report
[News of Rwanda]Dozens of crying children and women have been locked out of a UN base manned by South African peacekeepers outside Goma in eastern Congo, despite a barrage of shooting and bombing close by.
Over 7 million people now receiving HIV treatment in Africa - UN report
The number of people in Africa receiving antiretroviral treatment increased from less than 1 million to 7.1 million over seven years, according to a United Nations report which documents the progress in the AIDS response in the world's second largest continent.
UN chief promotes education, gender empowerment during final day of Mozambique visit
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today commended the Government and people of Mozambique for steady progress in political development, but urged greater efforts to overcome human rights challenges, including discrimination and violence against women, through education and awareness-raising.
African Development Bank
AfDB Launches New Information Highways
African Development Bank to host Innovative Financing Seminar on Infrastructure and Diaspora bonds