For millions of ordinary travellers, inter-African travel is still too often a nightmare. Be it border hassles, lack of road or air routes linking key cities, or the frustrations of being refused entry to a country because of visas, the end result is to curtail the free movement of people, viewed by the African Development Bank as one of the pillars of regional integration.
“Today, we are here primarily to discuss Integrate Africa, to bring down the tariff and non-tariff barriers that have marginalized and impoverished so many economies and prevented us from capitalizing on our physical and human capital resource base” – Akinwumi Adesina, AfDB President
- 06/12/2018 - AEC Urges African Countries to embrace economic integration as game changer for inclusive sustainable growth
- 05/12/2018 - New Africa’s Sustainable Development report urges improved planning to leverage potential of urbanization and address attendant environmental challenges
- 05/12/2018 - AEC2018: African Governance Report calls for better management of natural resources
- 05/12/2018 - AEC2018: Calls for quality research to boost African economies and integration
- 05/12/2018 - Ghana : La « féminisation de la pauvreté » contredite par l’impact du Tarif extérieur commun