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Policy Voices

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Pour l’Etat et le citoyen: la réforme de l’administration fiscale au Burundi

La fiscalité figure parmi les priorités actuelles de l’Afrique. Ce Policy Voice décrit comment le Burundi a commencé à améliorer la capacité de percevoir son revenus fiscales.
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For town and country: A new approach to urban planning in Kenya By Peter Ngau

Professor Ngau describes how the University of Nairobi and other institutions have sought to revitalise – and make more progressive – the education and training that Kenyan planners receive.
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For state and citizen: Reforming revenue administration, in Burundi

Tax is high on the agenda in Africa. This Policy Voice describes how Burundi set out to improve its capacity to collect domestic revenues.
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After Borama: Consensus, representation and parliament in Somaliland

On the eve of the 2012 local elections, prominent Somalilanders reflect on their country’s political stability, the role of institutions and national development priorities.
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Duty of Care: Constitutional and law reform, in Malawi By Dr Janet Chikaya-Banda

The chief law reform at the Malawi Law Commission explains the importance of continuous, systematic law reform in young democracies and the role that it can play in upholding the credibility and effectiveness of the judiciary.
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Ground Control: Making the grade in agriculture by Martha Byanyima

Martha Byanyima chronicles the history and development of agricultural standards in Africa and argues that they provide an opportunity to increase the continent’s presence in global trade.
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Kenya’s Flying Vegetables: Small farmers and the ‘food miles’ debate by James Gikunju Muuru

In this highly personal and keenly argued commentary, James Gikunju Muuru makes the first detailed response by an African smallholder to the controversy over ‘food miles’. His account describes the serial feats of coordination, discipline, productivity and manual...
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