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Improving Statistics for Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture, and Rural Development - An Action Plan for Africa 2011-2015
Agriculture plays a key role in Africa’s development in terms of economic growth, enhanced living standards, poverty reduction and increased food security. For this reason, African heads of state and

Author: Development Bank, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Union Commission, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations
Organisation: Development Bank, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Union Commission, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations
Publish Date: May 2011
Improving Statistics for Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture, and Rural Development: An Action Plan for Africa 2011-2015
This document presents a framework for the Action Plan for Africa, which includes the following: i. a results-based logical framework; ii. a stakeholder analysis; iii. sustainability strategies iv. a

Organisation: African Development Bank (AfDB), the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Publish Date: May 2011
Income distribution trends and future food demand
This paper focuses on the impact of income distribution on food demand, an issue that has been significantly overlooked by a large proportion of studies projecting future food demand. Specifically, t

Author: Xavier Cirera and Edoardo Masset
Organisation: University of Sussex
Publish Date: August 2010
Infectious disease, development, and climate change: a scenario analysis
ABSTRACT. We study the effects of development and climate change on infectious diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa. Infant mortality and infectious disease are closely related, but there are better data f

Author: Richard S.J. Tol, Kristie L. Ebi, Gary W. Yohe
Organisation: Environment and Development Economics 12: 687–706
Publish Date: 2007
Infectious Diseases: preparing for the future
We have simulated the combined effects of climate change, population growth and urbanisation on the population at risk (PAR) of Plasmodium falciparum malaria in Africa. PAR is defined as the number o

Author: Dr Simon I. Hay, Dr Andrew J. Tatem, Dr Carlos A. Guerra and Professor Robert W. Snow
Organisation: Centre for Geographic Medicine, KEMRI/Wellcome Trust Collaborative Programme, Kenya University of Ox
Publish Date: 2006
Informal City Dialogues Final Briefing Paper
The Rockefeller Foundation’s Informal City Dialogues seeks to understand the relationship between the formal and informal in our cities and to envision pathways to more inclusive cities in the future

Author: Rockefeller Foundation
Organisation: Rockefeller Foundation
Publish Date: No date
Infrastructure 2007: A Global Perspective
Civilizations are built and sustained by the quality of their infrastructure. Next year, the world marks a major turning point: one out of every two people on the planet will live in cities—the criti

Author: Urban Land Institute, Ernst & Young
Organisation: Urban Land Institute, Ernst & Young
Publish Date: 2007
Infrastructure 2050: Why the world must come together to solve the global infrastructure challenge
Infrastructure is one of the great challenges of the 21st Century. It is already a matter of life and death for the billions who do not enjoy clean freshwater, good healthcare, or access to reliable

Author: Nick Chism Stephen Beatty Julian Vella
Organisation: KPMG
Publish Date: Nov 2010
Infrastructure and Economic Growth in Egypt
The analysis provided in this paper suggests that an increase in infrastructure expenditures from 5 to 6 percent of gross domestic product would raise the annual per capita growth rate of gross domes

Author: Norman V. Loayza, Rei Odawara
Organisation: World Bank Group
Publish Date: January 2010
Infrastructure and Growth in Sierra Leone
This Country Report examines three major themes: stability, regional integration and the infrastructure gap in Sierra Leone.
Author: African Development Bank
Organisation: African Development Bank
Publish Date: 2011
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