Grand Renaissance Dam of Ethiopia - From where to Where [ Must see Documentary ]

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‘Africa Rising’ has become a term synonymous with the rapid growth being witnessed across Africa, a continent often referred to in the not too distant past as the ‘Dark Continent’. Whereas parts of the continent are indeed ‘rising’, there is no denying the fact that recent events like the unrest in South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo as well as the bombardments by al-Shabab in Somalia cast doubts over the amount of progress being made. Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat however believes Africa will continue to experience growth in spite of the challenges it faces. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “With an average growth rate of 5% over the last 15 years, with six countries among the top 10 in the world’s most dynamic economies, it is clear that Africa is one of the regions of the world where growth is definitely fastest but where challenges remain in reaping the full benefits of its human and natural resources,” Mahamat said in a statement to commemorate Africa Day on Thursday. He thus wants Africans to do away with the notion that the continent is disadvantaged. Africa’s population surpassed 1.2 billion this month, a figure which represents just under 17% of the" />
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Grand Renaissance Dam of Ethiopia - From where to Where [ Must see Documentary ] One interesting reflection made during the event was about our banks: they need to change course & avail finance for innovative ideas/projects rather than financing against wealth/collateral. Only the "wealthy" & not an 'entrepreneur' may borrow under current arrangements እስካሁን 70 ቢሊየን ብር የወጣበት የታላቁ የህዳሴ ግድብ ግንባታ የወጪውን ያህል ተጉዟልን?

‘Africa Rising’ has become a term synonymous with the rapid growth being witnessed across Africa, a continent often referred to in the not too distant past as the ‘Dark Continent’. Whereas parts of the continent are indeed ‘rising’, there is no denying the fact that recent events like the unrest in South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo as well as the bombardments by al-Shabab in Somalia cast doubts over the amount of progress being made. Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat however believes Africa will continue to experience growth in spite of the challenges it faces. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “With an average growth rate of 5% over the last 15 years, with six countries among the top 10 in the world’s most dynamic economies, it is clear that Africa is one of the regions of the world where growth is definitely fastest but where challenges remain in reaping the full benefits of its human and natural resources,” Mahamat said in a statement to commemorate Africa Day on Thursday. He thus wants Africans to do away with the notion that the continent is disadvantaged. Africa’s population surpassed 1.2 billion this month, a figure which represents just under 17% of the
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