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Africa Research Institute's event with ICAI chief commissioner Graham Ward discussed in Gabriella Jozwiak's piece for Devex
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Devex, 14 October 2014

In this article for Devex, Gabriella Jóźwiak references ARI's September event "Aid under the microscope" at which aid watchdog ICAI's chief commissioner Graham Ward and colleagues discussed DFID's track record.
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Between extremes: China and Africa

As China prepares for a leadership transition amidst an economic slowdown, Africa Research Institute (ARI) examines the multifaceted relationship with Africa. In its latest Briefing Note, “Between extremes”, ARI argues that popular depictions of Sino-African relations are...
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Between extremes: China and Africa

China has re-cast Africa’s position in the global economy. African governments should collaborate more keenly in exploiting relationships with China to improve economic diversification and competitiveness.
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Rebuilding nursing and midwifery in Somaliland Part 1

Somaliland’s maternal, infant, and child mortality rates are among the highest in the world. A rudimentary health system already beset by under-investment and neglect collapsed completely during the final years of a civil war which ended in 1991. Hospitals and clinics were...
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Aid: protection or production

With Britain re-embracing a closer alignment of aid programmes and foreign policy, will support be given to countries attempting to build a base for their economic growth? Jenny Congrave sought some answers.
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Think tanks urges government to compensate Africa for brain drain

Donors must channel funds to replace lost skills, says Africa Research Institute. In a briefing published today – ‘After The Promises: Re-thinking UK policy in Africa,’ – the Africa Research Institute urges the government to dedicate a share of its international...