Is Africa ‘Rising’ or ‘Falling’?
February 11, 2014 Editor 0
The question is not which narrative is true, but which will win?
Is Africa rising or falling? Over the last 50 years, the answer to this question has been debated and examined from every angle. Even today there exist vastly different views on what Africa’s future holds. At the heart of this discussion are more than 1 billion men, women, and children living within 54 nations that form the world’s most vibrant continent.
In recent years, conversations about African prosperity have become increasingly optimistic. And this optimism is supported by evidence.
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