Cette page en : English Entrepreneurs participant à la compétition e-Takara pour trouver des solutions aux problèmes soulevés par les administrations publiques au Niger. Photo : Niger Digital. « …

Alexandre Laure, Simon Duchatelet |

When it does not rain, people starve. This is the reality for many farmers in the Sahel—and across the globe—and the situation is only becoming more dire due to climate change. Yet, during a…

Raúl Alfaro-Pelico, Sarah Bashford Lynagh, Jennifer Ehidiamen |

Quand la pluie ne tombe pas, les gens meurent de faim. De nombreux agriculteurs au Sahel (et ailleurs dans le monde) connaissent bien cette situation, alors que le changement climatique ne fait qu…

Raúl Alfaro-Pelico, Sarah Bashford Lynagh, Jennifer Ehidiamen |

Sandbags filled with impermeable stone will protect this school from flooding in Zambia’s Mongu District. Photo: Darius Silupya In communities throughout the world, children are back to school.…

Iretomiwa Olatunji |

When I was based in the field, I often noticed that many of the journalists working in Africa had not been specifically trained to report on development-related matters, which at times hobbled…

Haleh Bridi |

Lorsque que je travaillais en Afrique, j’ai souvent remarqué que beaucoup de journalistes n’avaient pas reçu de formation spécifique en matière de développement. Cela pouvait parfois les empêcher…

Haleh Bridi |

In front of a crowd overflowing into the hallways of the UN, Her Honor, Mrs. Wina Inonge, Vice President of the Republic of Zambia, showcased the Girls’ Education and Women’s Empowerment and…

Emily Weedon Chapman |

Photo: Sarah Farhat/World Bank “To succeed in life, you have to study hard and obtain your diploma with honors so that you can eventually land a high-paying job, ” is what my father would tell me…

Bernice Nasangwe |

Photo: Sarah Farhat/Banque mondiale « Pour réussir dans la vie, il te faudra bien étudier, obtenir ton diplôme avec mention pour qu’enfin tu puisses décrocher un travail bien payé », voilà ce que…

Bernice Nasangwe |

My name is Christian Niyomwungere and I will soon graduate from the University of Burundi. It was there, during my years of study, that I became aware of the issue of unemployment.

Christian Niyomwungere |