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The Potentialities of the Private Health Sector and its Role in Health Services Provision in the Sudan

"The study focuses mainly on reassessing the potentialities of the private health sector and its role in the health services provision in the Sudan, more specifically the study tries to evaluate the importance of private hospitals in delivering heal…

Globalization Threats to and Opportunities for Foreign Direct Investment Lessons for Uganda and Other Low Income Countries

"Virtually all countries are competitively pursuing globalization as one of the major strategies for attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). However, the Low Income Countries such as Uganda attract a lot less FDI inflows than the Middle and High…

Labor Export as Government Policy: An Assessment of Uganda’s Potential for Export of Labor in the Framework of Regional and Multilateral Agreements

"Export of labor through temporary migration is increasingly recognized worldwide as a pro-poor export strategy with significant development impacts especially in the poorest countries of the world. Because of the tremendous economic benefits from e…

Global Commodity Value Networks: Supply Chain Rigidities and Business Survival in Uganda’s Fishing Sector

"The major research question of the study was how supply chain rigidities affect business survival in Uganda's fishing sector. The rigidities were examined in the context of both efficiency and effectiveness of the fish value chain in meeting supply…

Backlash Against Democracy: The Regulation of Civil Society in Africa

"Among the many forces which contributed to the political liberalization of African nations, civil society formations played a pivotal role in dismantling authoritarian one-party rule and opening public space for wider political participation. Howe…

Sharing the Spoils

"Africa is struggling to come to grips with the concept of power sharing. Along with the return of military intervention and the abuse of religion, power sharing arrangements seem to be growing in popularity. Whether they are called unity government…

La Contribution des Institutions de Micro Finance au Financement des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises et l’Autonomisation des Femmes au Burundi / Contribution of Micro Finance Institutions in Financing Small and Medium Enterprises and the Empowerment of Wo

"The project proves to be innovative and could inspire the reflections on micro finance and the 'vulnerable groups'. Its overall objective is the analysis of the impact of services of MFIs on SMEs and the empowerment of women. Several specific objec…

Funding a More Equal Future: Philanthropy and Social Justice in Africa

"There is no doubt that philanthropy plays an important role in society whether it involves humanitarian assistance, advocacy or grant making. However, I want to focus on an element that is often ignored in discussions about philanthropy in Afr…

Whose Agenda? Power and Philanthropy in Africa

"Any discussion of power has to be situated within context. In Africa, there are glaring power imbalances at all levels of society and they take many different forms – gender relations, asset ownership and resource rights, patriarchal systems, polit…

Solutions Pratiques au Problème de Financement des PME au Cameroun / Practical Solutions to the Problem of SME Financing in Cameroon

"The role of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the fight against unemployment and the revival of economic activity is well established. Cameroon up till now suffers of a private sector that constitutes over 90% of unsustainable SMEs due to lac…

L’impact de la Politique Fiscale sur les Petites et Moyennes Entreprises au Togo / The Impact of Fiscal Policy on Small and Medium Enterprises in Togo

"This study's main objective is to evaluate the effect of taxation on the growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Togo. This is to see if the taxes encourage SME growth (effect of complementarity) or instead to discourage the emergence of S…

Genre et Performance Entrepreneuriale en République Démocratique du Congo / Gender and Entrepreneurial Performance in the Democratic Republic of Congo

"This Policy Brief explores the role of gender in the entrepreneurial performance in Democratic Republic of the Congo. It assesses the influence of gender on business performance while identifying differentiating factors between male and female entr…

Investissements Immatériels et Performance des PME Camerounaises / Intangible Investments and Performance of Cameroonian SME's

"The objective of this work is to analyze the effects of intangible investments on the performance of Cameroonian SMEs. In short, intangible investments are seen in theory and work dedicated to developed countries or to some large African companies …

Accords de Partenariat Economique et Système de Taxation des Importations des Entreprises au Congo-Brazzaville / Economic Partnership Agreements and System of Taxation of Imports of Companies in Congo-Brazzaville

"The European Union (EU) and the seventy-seven ACP countries (African, Caribbean and Pacific), including Congo-Brazzaville, are currently negotiating the economic partnership agreements (EPAs) with the aim of creating a free trade area, to be in acc…

Technologie de l'Information et de la Communication et Performance des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises en Republic du Congo / Information and Communication Technologies and Performance of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in the Republic of the Congo

"Les Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication (TIC) contribuent au renforcement de la performance des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises (PME) des villes de Brazzaville et Pointe-Noire. Elles permettent aux PME congolaises de réduire leurs…

Effets des Privatisations Camerounaises et Necessite d'une Redefinition du role des Parties Prenantes / Effects of Privatization and Cameroonian Need for Redefining the Role of Stakeholders

"20 years after the start of the privatization process occurred in Cameroon, we can ask questions about the real impact. The objective of this study is to analyze the effects of privatization of public enterprises in Cameroon regarding performance a…

Capital Social et Entrepreneuriat au Cameroun / Social Capital and Entrepreneurship in Cameroon

"Facing institutional constraints, entrepreneurship in Cameroon borrows both from the large businesses as well as the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Survival strategies, expansion and development are mainly based on the use of social capital. …

PME et Innovation : une Analyse Comparative Entre le Cameroun, le Congo et la RDC / SMEs and Innovation: a Comparative Analysis between Cameroon, Congo and DRC

"This work aims to identify the determinants of innovation in SMEs in Brazzaville(Congo), Douala(Cameroon) and Kinshasa(DRC). It is based on a joint survey conducted among 256 SMEs of the above mentioned cities, 100 SMEs in Brazzaville, 56 in Douala…

Crédit Bancaire et Performance des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises Tchadiennes à l’ère Pétrolière / Banking and Credit Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises in the Chadian Petroleum Age

"The purpose of this policy brief is to inform businesses and banks and the State on the influence of bank credit on the performance of Chadian companies in the petroleum era. Specifically, it shows that bank credit is a lever for economic- (turnove…

Small and Medium Enterprises and Devolved Government System: an Assessment of the Regulatory and Institutional Challenges Affecting the SMEs Development in Kenya

"According to the UNCTAD Secretary General in 2006, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are considered as sources of employment, competition, economic dynamism, and innovation. SMEs have the capacity to achieve rapid economic growth, while generatin…

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