Where Will Africa Be In 2030? If ‘Politics Of The Belly’ Rules, Many Would Still Be Trapped In Extreme Poverty

By 2045–2050 the continent could start catching up with the world, largely due to structural changes in the global economy rather than to changes in Africa itself

By 2030 Sub-Saharan Africans Could Be 20% Of World Population, But 65% Of Global Poor. Here’s How To Fix That

It’s governance stupid! Improvement in governance in sub-Saharan Africa would lift more people out of poverty than either providing universal access to improved sanitation or eliminating communicable diseases

Africa Can Save 27 Million More People – Higher Than Currently Living In Angola – By 2050: Here’s How

In 2015, a person living in Africa was more than three times as likely to die from HIV/AIDS than a person living in any other developing region in the world