While camps are often crucial for the displaced populations in the immediate term, they are not a tenable option when displacement becomes prolonged.
In August 2019, Nigeria partially closed its land borders, and since October 2019, it has halted all trade via land borders. This was triggered by Nigerian authorities’ frustration with the…
Investors are raring to do business in a region held back by state meddling and vested interests.
Africa’s food systems are in the throes of a climate crisis. We urgently need to adapt Africa’s agriculture and food system to climate change. And we need to act now.
We are entering the final phase of the race and our collective actions will determine if we can take the checkered flag or not by 2030.
A historic moment for the citizens of Ibadan to agree on a vision that will shape the future for the next 20-years to become a sustainable city.
A substantial proportion of refugee children will be in host communities for the entirety of their schooling years.
Open defecation is the practice of people defecating outside, such as in street gutters, behind bushes or into open bodies of water. Between 2000 and 2017, the world nearly...
This blog post is part of a series for the 'Bureaucracy Lab', a World Bank initiative to better understand the world's public officials and explores a range of approaches to…
How can investments in enforcement, facilitation and trust help governments increase tax collection? Here are lessons from a case study from the Kaduna State in Nigeria.