Can a Free-Market Solution Solve Malawi’s Poverty Crisis?

by Ibrahim B. Anoba The International Labour Organization (ILO) recently reported that over 12 million Malawians could become poor by 2030 if poverty reduction rates remain the same. This is despite Malawi’s slight improvement in GDP per capita since 2004, and the implementation of numerous measures to counter poverty, including increased government spendings on infrastructure …

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Entrepreneurship and Libertarianism Created in Sierra Leone

The Institute for Liberty and Policy Innovation (ILAPI-GHANA) has helped to create free-market and entrepreneurial-minded youths and students in Sierra Leone. Participants have been inspired to take up entrepreneurship to create business opportunities for themselves. The theme for the maiden cross-border conference is “Economic Freedom, Individual Responsibility, and Grassroots Initiative.” A country that fought a …

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