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The impact of population growth has received increased recognition within the post-2015 global development agenda as a key challenge to human and socioeconomic development (1,2).
Women’s Empowerment Collectives – also known as Self Help Groups (SHGs) - are voluntary groups, typically comprised of 15-25 women who meet every week to save, start small business activities, and grant loans to one another.
Broad-based investments in agricultural R&D and rural infrastructure generate very large total economic benefits and big reductions in hunger in Africa. Because of the high cost of physical infrastructure such as roads, electricity,
The third African Union Agenda 2063 (healthy and well-nourished citizens) cannot be achieved without the prevention or control of diarrhoea which is a major leading cause of death especially in children under 5.
Early childhood education has recently received increased attention among policy makers based on the research findings of two different disciplines – neuroscience and economics.
The proposed intervention is to raise the excise tax on tobacco to 75% of the retail price, following guidance from the World Health Organization.
The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) was signed by 44 African countries in March 2018. To date, 24 countries have ratified this major regional trade agreement (RTA), which entered into force for these countries in May 2019.
Despite the progress made against malaria throughout the world, malaria prevalence has not fallen: in ten (10) Sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries, the number of malaria cases reported has an increase of more than 20% between 2016 and 2017.
This study undertakes a cost-benefit analysis of breastfeeding promotion among children 0-6 months in six African countries: Botswana, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea,
Many problems in Africa and the world have clear and well-understood solutions that simply need more resources — mostly money — to move towards resolution.