15mars2019

Investing in digital literacy for grassroots transformation in Kenya

Kenya is experiencing a “youth bulge”. At least 20% of the country’s population is made up of youth between the ages of 15 and 24. This could be a big advantage if young people have access to economic opportunities, particularly information and communication technology. But the reality is different. Currently, youth unemployment is high, estimated at about 22% in 2016.

Blog:Industrialisation and Trade Corner

11févr.2019

Addressing Subnational Inequalities to Advance Africa’s Sustainable Development Agenda

When it comes to Africa’s delivery on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the policies of national governments and their partners will determine the continent’s overall success. Inclusive development policies will be pivotal to this.

Blog:Industrialisation and Trade Corner
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31janv.2019

Building Africa’s Manufacturing Strength in the Textile and Clothing Sector

The rise of the fast fashion industry in the past few years has brought in its wake a booming trade of second-hand clothing. Today, millions of people around the world donate clothes with the understanding that they will support the needy or will be resold in secondhand stores.

Blog:Industrialisation and Trade Corner
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Catégories: Industrialization


17janv.2019

Africa’s Historic Pivot

It might not be obvious to the casual observer, but Africa is undergoing something of a revolution when it comes to economic policymaking. Risking recrimination and worse from their traditional Western patrons, the continent’s governments are finally demonstrating a willingness to chart their own course.

Blog:Industrialisation and Trade Corner
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12déc.2018

CLIMAT : Rendre aux forêts leur rôle régulateur en impliquant les acteurs locaux dans leur gestion

Les forêts jouent un rôle de premier plan dans le climat mondial. Les arbres et les sols qui les composent captent le dioxyde de carbone de l’atmosphère et le convertissent, par la photosynthèse, en carbone, qu’ils emmagasinent ensuite sous la forme de bois et de végétation. C’est un processus connu sous le terme de « piégeage du carbone ». Les forêts fixent d’énormes quantités de carbone. Au total, les forêts et les sols forestiers de la planète stockent plus de 1 000 milliards de tonnes de carbone, deux fois plus que le volume présent dans l’atmosphère. Empêcher ces stocks de carbone d’être libérés sous forme de gaz est crucial pour le bilan carbone, vital pour la conservation de l’environnement et utile pour un meilleur contrôle du réchauffement global (www.fao.org).

Blog:A race against time

Catégories: Changement climatique, Environnement


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