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Towards sustained development in Small Island Developing States: why we need to reshape global governance
29th July 2021 Small Island Developing States (SIDS) have long pursued unconventional economic development strategies, often with great success. Equally, because... →
28th July 2021 On the 8th of July 2021, South Africans woke up to the news of violent Pro-Zuma protests which had started in Kwa-Zulu Natal (KZN) and soon after... →
Identifying Binding Constraints on Digital Payment Services in Ethiopia: An Application of a Decision Tree Framework
28th July 2021 While several comparable countries in sub-Saharan Africa have seen a significant increase in financial inclusion, mainly driven by digital... →
Aluminum: The Car Industry’s Blind Spot – Why Car Companies Should Address the Human Rights Impact of Aluminum Production
26th July 2021 Maciré Camara, a widow and mother of five, is a farmer in Diakhabia, a village in the Boké region of Guinea, West Africa. Walking through Camara’s... →
26th July 2021 Transforming the energy sector requires a shift towards renewable energy sources. The world’s oceans are a source of abundant renewable energy,... →
Exploring How the US International Development Finance Corporation Can Support Health Sector Investments: Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?
23rd July 2021 Health sector investments present an opportunity for the US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC), under the Biden-Harris... →
23rd July 2021 Small Island Developing States (SIDS) have long pursued unconventional economic development strategies, often with great success. Equally, because... →
21st July 2021 This document is essential and timely to help countries ensure that all COVID-19 vaccine doses are optimally utilized, and wastage is minimised.... →