AfricaFocus (Washington, DC)


June 22

  • Africa: Africa - Aids Struggle Continues

    "Both globally and in Africa, there is good news. Our collective efforts to end the AIDS epidemic are paying off. Now more people living with HIV than ever before are accessing... Read more »

June 15

  • Eritrea: Eritrea - "Rule of Fear, Not Law"

    "Citing an array of human rights violations on a scope and scale seldom witnessed elsewhere, the report by the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea describes a... Read more »

June 02

May 25

  • Africa: Africa, Race, and World Order [opinion]

    "The failure to acknowledge race as a fundamental feature of today's unequal world order remains a striking weakness of radical as well as conventional analyses of that order.... Read more »

May 18

  • Africa: Decarbonizing Development?

    Decarbonizing Development, a new report from the World Bank, lays out a target of "zero carbon future" by the end of the century. The target year goal is the most conservative of... Read more »

May 11

  • West Africa: Ebola Down but Not Out [analysis]

    "The [Ebola] epidemic is at its lowest but not over yet. The recent weeks have seen an important decrease in new confirmed Ebola cases across West Africa. Liberia is now close to... Read more »

May 05

  • Africa: Renewable Energy Gains Ground

    "A key feature of 2014 was the continuing spread of renewable energy to new markets. Investment in developing countries, at $131.3 billion, was up 36% on the previous year and came... Read more »

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February 05

  • Africa: Africa/Global - Stopping Capital Losses

    "Commercial activities are by far the largest contributor to illicit financial flows (IFFs), followed by organized crime, then public sector activities. Corrupt practices play a... Read more »

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January 06

  • Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone - Losing Out [analysis]

    According to World Bank estimates in December, Sierra Leone is the country that has suffered the greatest economic losses from the impact of Ebola. Economic growth, estimated at a... Read more »

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