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One of the defining features of climate negotiations is the emphasis on aligning climate and development goals. The three long-term goals of the Paris Agreement – mitigation of warming, adaptation […]
JICA’s TICAD-8 side-event Policies for resilience and economic transformation in Africa: setting the agenda for a post-COVID-19 era was held online on August 23. Speakers and panelists explored the topic of Africa’s economic resilience against future shocks, discussing policies and...
Senior Fellow at African Centre for Economic Transformation (ACET), Dr. John Asafu-Adjaye, has said given that Africa received relatively little climate finance, especially for adaptation, which undermines the ability of […]
Africa must rapidly move towards digitizing manufacturing, or miss out on the regional and global value chains of the future. Digitization creates opportunities for financial inclusion, transparency in public services, […]
Economic transformation is the key to building resilient economies in Africa. For example, the COVID-19 pandemic, unlike other global shocks that have impacted African countries recently, triggered a sudden, deep […]
Given today’s global economy, geopolitics, and shifting trends, the policy approaches in most African countries are not sufficient to ensure the continent’s long-term development or enable countries to withstand shocks—as […]
Two studies of young women’s employment challenges in Ghana and Senegal conducted by ACET in 2020 map the barriers and enabling factors faced by young women in the world of […]
Special Series: YOUNG WOMEN AND THE FUTURE WORLD OF WORK PART 4 Skills Gaps This article is part of the ACET Special Series on Young Women and the Future World […]
Special Series: YOUNG WOMEN AND THE FUTURE WORLD OF WORK PART 3 Enablers This article is part of the ACET Special Series on Young Women and the Future World of […]
Special Series: YOUNG WOMEN AND THE FUTURE WORLD OF WORK PART 2 Barriers This article is part of the ACET Special Series on Young Women and the Future World of […]
As ACET launches its new Gender Equality program, our Executive Vice President Mavis Owusu-Gyamfi explains how gender equality and economic transformation are inseparable. How would you assess progress on gender equality in […]
How does the Private Sector Development unit help deliver economic transformation in Africa? Charles Odoom: Everything we do in ACET is driven by our economic transformation framework of growth with […]
At a meeting of the TLP, eminent African and global leaders shared their concerns about the social, climate, and economic and political instability. The panel called on African leaders to take control and lead a wake-up call to the international...
Overview – Young women in Ghana and Senegal face significant barriers in the world of work due to social prejudices, a lack of access to the right education and resources, limited opportunities for career advancement, unfavorable workplace conditions, and ineffective...
Senegal has made the empowerment of women an essential pillar of the Plan Senegal Emergent, the unifying framework of public policy. The study covers three sectors: agriculture, tourism and hospitality, and business process outsourcing (BPO).
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