Dispatches

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Poverty and inequality, exacerbated by poor economic growth, continue to be challenges for the government of the Kingdom of eSwatini. Read more
Le secteur agricole est l’un des principaux moteurs de l’économie camerounaise. En 2012, ce secteur a contribué à hauteur de 21,1% au produit intérieur brut (PIB). Employant 60% de la population active, il assure un rôle essentiel dans la création des... Read more
For decades, Cabo Verde has faced the challenges of modest economic growth, imbalanced development among its islands, and high unemployment, particularly among youth. Read more
La recherche du mieux-être: 4 Camerounais sur 10 ont pensé émigrer. Read more
After election excitement, daily democracy: Liberians endorse democratic governance but are dissatisfied with the way it’s working. Read more
La question de la sécurité est extrêmement prégnante au Gabon, et cela depuis longtemps. En effet, il ne se passe pas un seul jour sans que les populations ne se plaignent des actes d’insécurité liés aux larcins, aux braquages, aux assassinats et autres... Read more
Popular priorities in Madagascar: Winner of upcoming election has work cut out on crime, infrastructure, and food insecurity. Read more
Land redistribution in South Africa: Citizens prioritize land taken during forced removals, support ‘willing seller’ approach. Read more
Uganda’s legal system is in the spotlight following a recent surge in election-related violence, some involving high-profile members of Parliament. Read more
L’Organisation Internationale pour les Migrations (2016) a estimé que le nombre d’émigrants togolais à travers le monde est entre 1,5 et 2 millions, soit environ le tiers de la population à l’intérieur du pays. Cette forte diaspora est également palpable... Read more

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