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Malawi has many challenges, but one our biggest challenge is creating an economy that works for ordinary people, not just the elites; an economy that helps ordinary people become financially secure. I would suggest that this is in fact Malawi’s biggest challenge, because until people are financially secure, everything else is immaterial. Until people can … Continue reading Malawi is failing to create an economy that works for everyone
The importation of fuel into a normal country cannot be the preserve of a few individuals or a handful of companies who effectively comprise a cartel. And when you are an underdeveloped little country with sooo many Problems (with a capital P), you have very high levels of Poverty (another capital P), you have very … Continue reading The Importation of Fuel into Malawi is an archaic Cartel we do not need
How COVID-19 is likely to slow down a decade of youth development in Africa Wim Naudé, University College Cork Until COVID-19 hit, the quality of life of youth (age 15-24) in sub-Saharan Africa had been steadily improving. According to the World Bank, by 2019 the youth literacy rate stood at 73%. Gross secondary school enrolment … Continue reading How COVID-19 is likely to slow down a decade of youth development in Africa
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