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Sooty mangabeys and hiv/AIDS

“Sooty mangabeys, a monkey species found in West Africa, handle infection by SIV, a relative of HIV, and avoid developing…

West Africans Import Weapons

According to the United Nations (UN)” $35 million worth of small arms are imported” in West Africa on a yearly basis…

OSIWA’s vision

This is OSIWA’s vision: freer, safer, more integrated, more democratic and more equitable West Africa You may also be interested…

maps…

i once tried to draw a map of the Trans-Saharan Routes… [amazon_link asins=’0904041123′ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’africanpoli00-21′ marketplace=’IT’ link_id=’a536f3b6-7607-11e7-ba04-099e8bf241b9′] You may also…

Which future for the Franc CFA?

In a previous post we reported that in West Africa there has been some debate as to what the future…

What will happen to Franc CFA?

This article discusses the fate of Franc CFA http://www.uniafrica.org/franc-cfa-the-colonial-currency-between-contradictions-and-opportunities/?lang=en You may also be interested in: Tourism and Employment: the case…

Stopping Coastal erosion in West Africa

As we have documented in previous posts West African countries, from Senegal (http://www.africanpoliticsandpolicy.com/?p=6574) to Togo (http://www.africanpoliticsandpolicy.com/?p=6021), are experiencing coastal erosion. See…

Reccomendations for structural transformation of West African countries

Analyses and reccomendations for structural transformation of West African countries http://allafrica.com/stories/201704051048.html You may also be interested in: Tourism and Employment:…

Investment in fisheries could create jobs

This article argues that investment in West Africa’ s fisheries could create 300,000 jobs. http://allafrica.com/stories/201606281224.html You may also be interested…

A qui profitent les Sociétés de Gestion en Afrique de l’Ouest ?

by Ornella Francisca Ohoukoh Un des versets bibliques les plus célèbres et connus nous dit ceci: « Mon peuple périt faute de…

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