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The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) in Africa: A Dialogue on Policy Perspectives and Investment Options April 18, 2021 No Comments

Africa was largely left out of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd industrial revolutions. In the 4th, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship will be the norm in all sectors of society. This could greatly benefit the people of Africa, however, any deep societal inequalities will be reproduced. If, on the other hand, inequalities are consciously brought forward and addressed, I anticipate an inclusive 4th industrial revolution that contributes to the Africa We Want. That is why I argue for applying a diversity, equity, and inclusion lens to all policies and programs at national and regional levels.

L’accès à l’eau à usage agricole des femmes est miné de risques January 7, 2012 No Comments

Femmes dans un champ à Matam

Le RADI, en partenariat avec le CRDI a organisé un atelier national de restitution des résultats «provisoires» de l‘étude sur l’«Effectivité des droits économiques des femmes au Sahel : cas du droit à l’eau à usage agricole en Mauritanie, au Niger et au Sénégal». A cette occasion, Kathryn Touré, Directrice régionale Bureau régional pour l’Afrique [...]