ACET in the News 21 May 18 0
Source: Kamerstukken – Rijksoverheid.nl
ACET in the News 18 May 18 0
This week, at the meeting of the UN Economic Commission for Africa in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the Africa Center for Economic Transformation (ACET) released a report on how African agriculture may be harnessed for the continent’s economic...
ACET in the News 14 May 18 0
A comprehensive assessment of the state of Africa’s agriculture has been released in a report – Agriculture, Powering Africa’s Economic Transformation report, which gives clear pointers as to how to rapidly transform the sector – to leverage...
ACET in the News 14 May 18 0
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, May 13th 2018, -/African Media Agency (AMA)/- A major study by the Africa Center for Economic Transformation (ACET) has highlighted how transforming agriculture can become a stimulus for economic development across the...
ACET in the News 10 May 18 0
WHO are the people thinking about Africa’s development and future from the continent itself? After a first edition in 2016 on “Building a Sustainable and Secure Future for the People and Institutions of Africa,” this...
ACET in the News 8 May 18 0
Blended finance is a new buzzword in the development finance discourse. While some key definitions and modalities are still under debate, the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) has set out the “rules of the game” alongside publication of a flagship...
ACET in the News 4 May 18 0
By Edith Mutethya As the Chinese government continues to encourage investors to venture overseas, African nations are wooing entrepreneurs to set up manufacturing bases in their countries. The World Bank estimates that China could shed...
ACET in the News 2 May 18 0
University World News US$5 million allocated for university technology hubs (Zimbabwe) The Zimbabwe government has set aside more than US$5 million to put in place technology hubs at six state-run universities in a move that it...
ACET in the News 17 Apr 18 3
South African activists have managed to force land reform back up the political agenda. But how should land reform happen, and what are the stakes? We talk to Dede Amanor-Wilks of the African Center for...