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[Focus] Comprendre la crise de la dette en Afrique : À l’origine, une conjonction de chocs

Daouda Sembène, économiste, céo d’Africatalyst : « L’architecture financière internationale actuelle contribue à perpétuer le cercle vicieux de la dette

Turning Debt into Climate Action: Africa’s Path to Sustainability

To address the impacts of climate change, government and business leaders meeting at a high-level...

Embracing aquaculture to meet Africa’s food needs

Decades after the end of colonial rule, Africa is still struggling to feed its people....

ARC, WAHO and Institut Pasteur de Dakar establish an Alliance to strengthen epidemic preparedness and response

DAKAR, Senegal, July 25th, 2022 – AfriCatalyst is pleased to announce that the African Risk...
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SDR Reallocations for Africa: Meeting Civil Society Organizations from Senegal and Ghana

AfriCatalyst recently met with officials and representatives from several civil society organizations in Senegal and...
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SDR Reallocations for Africa: Meeting with Ghanaian authorities

AfriCatalyst visited Accra to discuss with selected stakeholders about innovative and strategic ways to mobilize...
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The Role of the International Monetary Fund in a Changing Global Landscape

AfriCatalyst CEO, Daouda Sembene, testified at a US Congressional hearing on the role of the...


UN says dubious credit ratings from Big 3 cost Africa $75bn a year

Financing methane Action in Africa webinar.

What should Africa expect from COP28

African experts call for new paradigm to unlock methane action financing

Africa needs a transformative methane strategy at COP28

PRESS RELEASE: African experts call for new paradigm to unlock methane action financing

Attracting private sector finance to spearhead Africa’s development

AGOA’s successes in Africa demand an extension