African Countries Need A New Economic Model

Many countries across Africa are experiencing an economic malaise. What began as a slump for commodity exporters in 2014 became a more general slowdown with the shocks of the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine. Zambia, Ghana and Ethiopia have all defaulted since the start of the pandemic; other countries are imposing harsh austerity measures to avoid the same fate.


ARC, WAHO and Institut Pasteur de Dakar hold a workshop to define the work plan and governance of their Alliance

Africa’s Crisis Recovery Requires Upgrading the Global Financial Safety Net

How to Strengthen the Role of Pan-African Institutions Within the International Financial Architecture