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The Skills Revolution: Are We Making Progress?

"This report by CDE aimed at assessing the current state of the skills development strategy. The key questions driving the project were: What progress are we making with the skills revolution? Do we have realistic policies, priorities and targets? …

Decentralization and Public Service Delivery in Nigeria

"Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa. The 2006 provisional census counted over 140 million people, 64 percent of whom live in rural areas. These rural areas are undergoing radical, noticeable change, particularly in the agricultural secto…

Decentralization and Public Service Delivery in Nigeria

"Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa. The 2006 provisional census counted over 140 million people, 64 percent of whom live in rural areas. These rural areas are undergoing radical, noticeable change, particularly in the agricultural secto…

Les Malgaches Déplorent L’ampleur de la Corruption, mais Craignent de la Signaler /The Malagasy People Deplore the Extent of Corruption, but are Afraid to Report it

Corruption hampers economic and democratic development, and in Madagascar it is present both in the political sphere and in public services. That is why, since 2004, the country has engaged in the fight against corruption by setting up several insti…

Amid Lucrative Exports of Natural Resources, Basotho Overwhelmingly Feel Left Out

The export of diamonds, water, mohair, and other wools is an important source of revenue for Lesotho, contributing 9.4% of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2012. Despite these riches, Lesotho is classified as one of the least developed nations in the…

Les Sénégalais Déplorent la Hausse du Niveau de Corruption mais Craignent des Représailles en cas de Dénonciation / Senegalese Deplore Rising Corruption Levels but Fear Retaliation for Reporting

Corruption is one of the biggest obstacles to development on the African continent. It alone causes an estimated annual loss of $148 billion, or 25% of Africa's gross domestic product (GDP). To fight against this issue, the Senegalese government has…

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