The latest analysis of Africa's economic future shows the number of people living in poverty in Africa declining for the first time, but fuel subsidies disproportionately benefiting the rich.
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HIV/AIDS continues to take a tremendous toll on the populations of many countries, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. In some countries with high HIV prevalence rates, life expectancy...
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The Africa Competitiveness Report
This report highlights short and long-term reforms for improving the competitiveness of African economies.
African Development Indicators - 2011
Drawn from the World Bank Africa Database, this publication provides the most detailed collection of development data on Africa.
Despite weakened prospects for global economic growth, Sub-Saharan Africa's GDP is forecast to attain pre-crisis levels in 2012.
Africa Region HIV/AIDS Agenda for Action
The Africa Region HIV/AIDS Agenda for Action 2007-2011 reaffirms the Bank's commitment to combat HIV/AIDS in Africa.
Facing the Challenges of African Growth: Opportunities, Constraints, and Strategic Directions
Boosting economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa is dependent, to a large extent, on expanding infrastructure investments, improving the investment climate