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Child marriage to HIV: What children in West and Central Afri...

Although millions of children worldwide have been lifted out of poverty, progress has been uneven, with children in sub-Saharan Africa facing the highest levels of mortality, poor nutrition, child marriage and illiteracy, UNICEF said in its flagship ... DNA India, 5 minutes ago

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Independent Power Projects Essential to Electrify Sub-Saharan Africa, New Report Finds

- A new World Bank report draws from experiences in five African countries to explain why independent power projects (IPPs) are crucial to help deliver electricity to the 600 million people without it in Sub-Saharan Africa. The report highlights the ...
 World Bank5 days ago
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World Bank lowers projected sub-Saharan economic growth

Kampala. The World Bank has lowered sub-Saharan Africa economic growth for 2016 to 2.5 per cent, from an earlier estimated 3.0 per cent in 2015, as low commodity prices and slowdown in global economy continues to hit the region hard. Similarly, ...
 Uganda Daily Monitor6 days ago

Italy arrests 2 Ukrainians suspected of trafficking Syrians by boat

Most refugees are sub-Saharan Africans, who travel on boats so rickety they risk sinking before arriving and are picked up in Italian or Libyan waters and brought ashore by the coastguard.
 DNA2 weeks ago

IMF sees sub-Saharan African growth slowing

Johannesburg, April 12, 2016 (AFP) -Growth in sub-Saharan Africa is forecast to drop to 3 percent this year from 3.4 percent in 2015 as low oil prices and the commodity slowdown hit producers, according to an IMF report released Tuesday.
 Times of India2 months ago
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Investors wary of African deals amid currency mayhem

VOLATILE currencies and weaker commodity prices are keeping private equity investors focused on sub-Saharan Africa on the sidelines, even though buy-out companies have record amounts of cash to spend on acquisitions. Marlon Chigwende, manager of ...
 BDlive4 days ago Carlyle Sees Currency Dislocation Stalling Africa Buyout Deals  Boe Report5 days ago Carlyle sees currency 'dislocation' stalling African buyouts  Moneyweb4 days ago Currency dislocation stalling African buyouts  Fin24.com4 days ago
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Sub-Saharan Africa has a long way to go before it cracks food insecurity

The richer and more developed countries become, the less likely they are to be food insecure. Governments in rapidly growing economies have more resources to dedicate to improving food security and nutrition. But this does not necessarily translate ...
 Polity.org.za1 week ago
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Roundup: Displaced people in sub-Saharan Africa hit 18.4 mln in 2015: UNHCR

Conflict in countries like South Sudan and Somalia raised the total number of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) in sub-Saharan Africa to 18.4 million in 2015, according to the UN refugee agency (UNHCR). The UNHCR's annual Global ...
 China.org.cn1 week ago Displaced people in sub-Saharan Africa hit 18.4 mln in 2015: UNHCR  China Economic Net1 week ago

How Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa is Linked to China's Transformation

It's hard to talk about China today without talking about its "transformation." In the next decades, China is expected to undergo two significant changes in the way its economy operates: a slowdown in growth and a rebalancing - a shift away from ...
 IrishSun.com1 week ago
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Sub-Saharan Africa worst affected by illicit cash flows

Mojanku Gumbi, advisor to former South African President Thabo Mbeki, said about $90 billion may be illegally taken out of Africa every year.Gumbi argued the value represented almost 1.5 times of what the continent received in foreign direct investment every ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago
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