Yayra Adzofu: Reproductive Health Specialist; member of the African Union Youth Advisory Board; African Union Youth Volunteer Corp delegate; Pan African University graduate and Mandela Washington Fellow 2014, shares her journey of youth empowerment in her home country and beyond its borders.
First Phd and 3r Masters batches of the Pan African University for Life and Earth Sciences Institutes graduate
The Pan African University for Life and Earth Sciences Institute (PAULESI), held the official graduation ceremony of its astute students. Commissioner of the African Union in charge of Human Resources
Charities Aid Foundation’s World Giving Index estimates that if Africa’s middle-class joined the rest of the world’s middle classes to give 0.5 per cent of their spending, the continent and the rest of the world would have $319 billion in resources for civil society organizations annually by 2030.
A NEW APPROACH FOR INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE IN AFRICA FROM “INFRASTRUCTURE DEFICITS” TO STRATEGIC TARGETING:
A common conclusion drawn from the analysis is that more money is needed before African countries can ignite or accelerate their industrialization and structural change. At face value, that claim seems logical.
The 2017 PIDA Week ended in Swakopmund, Namibia, Wednesday with delegates calling on Member States to commit themselves to the development of Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA)…