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What the oil price plummet means for aid to Africa

What the oil price plummet means for aid to Africa

By Michael Igoe A year ago, Africa appeared on the verge of a fossil fuel windfall, and the conversation in development circles centered on how to ensure that projected bounty would benefit citizens and communities on a continent where resource wealth ...

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Investing in Health; A must for Politicians

Investing in Health; A must for Politicians

On 24th February 2015 in Abuja I co-facilitated a press conference under the platform of Partnership for Advocay in Child and Family Health (PACFaH) , a coalition of 7 civil socieity organisations dedicated to improving  Nigeria’s Maternal, Newborn and Child ...

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That 2015 Gates Annual Letter

That 2015 Gates Annual Letter

Iam sharing a summarized version of the Bill and Melinda Gates 2015 Annual letter  to my friends, development colleagues and fans of this column in an attempt to inspire them to be ambitious and goal getters towards ensuring the survival ...

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As World Leaders renew commitment 4 Immunization

As World Leaders renew commitment 4 Immunization

Ones they are convinced that a cause is righteous and worth pursuing, they will reunite and mobilize resources for it. Show them evidence and talk with passion as an internationalist, they will be your friends. This is one attitude I ...

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Okonjo Iweala and Fiscal Space for Health

Okonjo Iweala and Fiscal Space for Health

While waiting to drive to airport for a trip, I had about 2 hours of redundancy on Thursday 29th January 2015, so I decided to watch an NTA programme featuring Nigeria’s Minister of Finance Prof Okonjo Iweala. It was a ...

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