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Africa Rising - Slowly and Unevenly

Standards of governance are gradually improving across Africa. And although the performance of some nations has deteriorated in fields such as the rule of law, economic opportunity and citizens' participation in government, every country on the continent has seen at least some improvement in the indicators of human development since the turn of the century, according to the the latest edition of the Ibrahim Index of African Governance - the continent's most wide-ranging survey of the way 52 of its nations are ruled.
Africa's Most Improved Governance Performers

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Liberia, led by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, is the country which has seen the most dramatic improvement since 2000, according to the Ibrahim Index of African Governance.

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Liberia, led by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, is the country which has seen the most dramatic improvement since 2000, according to the 2013 Ibrahim Index of African Governance.

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