World Bank Urges Africa to Develop Proper Towns and Cities
According to a report by World Bank , many African cities are reportedly crowded as well as disconnected, making them costly for both firms and residents.
Tanzania's Dar es Salaam city (file photo).
Citizen, 30 May 2017
The government of Tanzania in partnership with the World Bank, United Kingdom Department for International Development (DfID) and other development stakeholders will tomorrow meet… Read more »
African Development Bank, 24 May 2017
In 2016, Africa as a whole maintained its position as the world's second-fastest growing economies behind South Asia, according to data released during the Financial Presentation… Read more »
Observer, 3 May 2017
The Africa Pulse report 2017 by the World Bank has cautioned sub-Saharan governments against the risk of developing huge infrastructural projects using borrowed funds, and instead… Read more »
The initiative comes as the country is grappling with the worsening impacts of climate change, such as frequent flooding and recurring drought. Read more »