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Most Swazis say Free Cross-border Movement Desirable but not yet a Reality

"Results of the Afrobarometer survey show that most Swazis support free movement across international borders for trade and work, but their experience suggests that in fact crossing borders is difficult. While a substantial proportion of the popul...

Zimbabweans strongly Favour Free Cross-border Movement but hold Mixed Views of SADC

"The Southern African Development Community (SADC) counts among its 15 member states the region’s richest country (South Africa) as well as some of its poorest; landlocked as well as island states; and states with some of the largest populations ...

Overview of Key Livelihood Activities in Northern Niger

This research paper focuses on important livelihood activities in the licit economy of northern Niger and how it evolved. This paper will attempt to highlight the important historical dates that changed the dynamics in northern Niger, and differe...

Analysis of Impact of Remittance on Poverty in Nigeria

This study analyzes the impact of remittances on poverty in Nigeria, using data from the 2004 Nigerian National Living Standard Survey (NNLSS). The paper used a multinomial logit model with instrumental variables and the propensity score matchin...

Finding Work, Escaping Poverty Drive Potential Emigrants in Tanzania

In an interconnected world, migration is inevitable and complex, a source of opportunity and challenge for countries of both origin and destination. In recent years, migration has become a high-visibility policy issue around the globe, including i...

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