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Africa's Technology Futures: Three Scenarios
Technology has critical impacts on regional and national futures everywhere. It can be particularly important in enabling developing countries and regions to increase efficiencies and develop rapidly

Author: Dirk Swart
Organisation: Boston University - The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future
Publish Date: July 2011
Africa-EU 2nd Action Plan 2011-2013
Joint Africa EU Strategy Action Plan 2011-2013

Author: European Union
Organisation: European Union
Publish Date: 2010
Africa-Indian Ocean Regional Traffic Forecasts 2004–2020
This report provides forecasts prepared by the fourth meeting of the AFI TFG held in Dakar, from 20 to 24 February 2006. The forecasts were developed on the basis of major route groups (region-pairs)

Author: International Civil Aviation Organization
Organisation: International Civil Aviation Organization
Publish Date: February 2006
Africa: New horizons
Africa: New horizons by PricewaterhouseCoopers

Author: PricewaterhouseCoopers
Organisation: PricewaterhouseCoopers
Publish Date: 2009
African Agriculture in 50 years: Smallholders in a Rapidly Changing World?
For economic development to succeed in Africa in the next 50 years, African agriculture will have to change beyond recognition. Production will have to have increased massively, but also labour produ

Author: Paul Collier and Stefan Dercon
Organisation: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Publish Date: August 2009
African City: towards a new paradigm – “chameleonic” urbanism for hybrid cities
The new paradigm point out to flexible and regenerative morphologies on urban space, sensible and capable to adapt to multicontexts – “chameleonic” urbanism bases itself on multiple and mixed visions

Author: DMLS Viana
Organisation: African Perspectives
Publish Date: 2009
African climate change: 1900–2100
African climate change: 1900–2100

Author: Mike Hulme, Ruth Doherty, Todd Ngara, Mark New, David Lister
Organisation: Climate Research
Publish Date: 2001
African Economic Outlook 2010
Africa’s economies face a major challenge overcoming the economic contraction, which resulted from the global recession, while at the same time striving to achieve the UN Millennium Development Goals

Author: OECD, African Development Bank
Organisation: OECD, African Development Bank
Publish Date: 2010
African Economic Outlook 2012: Promoting Youth Employment
The 2012 African Economic Outlook presents an optimistic scenario for the continent. Africa’s impressive growth for more than a decade and its resilience to the deep global recession support such opt

Author: African Development Bank, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, UN Development Programme, UN Economic Commission for Africa
Organisation: African Development Bank, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, UN Development Programme, UN Economic Commission for Africa
Publish Date: 2012
African Economic Outlook 2016: Sustainable Cities and Structural Transformation
The African Economic Outlook 2016 shows that the continent is performing well in regard to economic, social and governance issues and has encouraging prospects for the near future. With its special t

Author: African Development Bank, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, United Nations Development Programme
Organisation: African Development Bank, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, United Nations Development Programme
Publish Date: 2016
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