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Going Public - How Africa's Integration can Work for the Poor

Author: Jeggan C. Senghor, Mark Ashurst, Jonathan Bhalla, Aoiffe O’Brien, Edward Paice, Anthony Rawlinson
Organisation: Africa Research Institute
Publish Date: 2009
Country: Africa
Sector: Community
Method: Anticipating
Theme: Pro-Poor Responses
Type: Case Study
Language: English
Tags: Pro-Poor Responses, Poverty, Living Standards, Finance, Community, Economic

The case for regional integration in Africa is hardly new. Its fundamental precepts have been repeated many times since the first conference of heads of independent African states, hosted by Ghana’s president Kwame Nkrumah in 1958. To this day, most proponents of more cooperation among African countries are motivated by a similar conviction of the equality of nations – and by extension, continents.
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