The perfect package for reducing poverty is made up of different parts

Rachel Sabates-Wheeler, University of Sussex and Stephen Devereux, University of Sussex Enabling people to move out – and stay out – of poverty is a complex process that requires more than just one intervention. Multiple approaches that take in education, social protection, health and agriculture help cater for different contexts and groups of people. A …

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Africa News Headlines for 19 May 2015

Saharawi Republic takes part at 6th ordinary session of Pan-African Parliament Source: Sahara Press Service African Political Parties Intelligence and Security Heads Meet in Khartoum Source: Sudan Vision Africa must open up to Africa, says Uhuru Source: Times Live A New Generation of South African Politics? Source: Africa in Transition Nigeria, Korea sign education agreement …

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Africa News Headlines for 21 March 2015

OPINION: Contradictory Emergency Measures to Save Two of Africa’s Iconic Pachyderms—Why? Source: National Geographic Phone charging startup wants to bring manufacturing to South Africa Source: htxt Entrepreneurs Link Six African Countries to Canada’s Capital University Source: African Brains Hollywood, Bollywood, Nollywood and Swaziwood Source: Swazi Observer Capsule Review: ‘World Directory of Minorities’ Source: Sub-Saharan Monitor …

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Africa News Headlines for 28 January 2015

Are 60% of sex workers in South Africa HIV-positive? Source: The South African AFRICOM Commander Wants Full Counterinsurgency Plan for Boko Haram Source: Defense One Data Providers Need To Step Up To Africa’s Internet Demand Source: Ventures Africa China defends aid role in Africa Source: Business Recorder African students show progress Source: The Whig Are …

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Africa News Headlines for 10 January 2015

#RIPFidel fuels false rumors of Cuban leader’s death after another Fidel Castro dies Source: Mashable Africa’s bid to send spacecraft to the moon stuck in starting stalls Source: BizNews.com/AFP The Backlash Against African Women Source: The New York Times ‘Mauritius has the potential to transform itself into a medical hub for the region’ Source: Financial …

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