Special to the 16th International Economic Forum on Africa: African cities for Africa’s development OECD Conference Centre, Paris, 29 September 2016
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African cities at the forefront of progress Africa is urbanising at a historically rapid pace coupled with an unprecedented demographic boom. By 2050, about 56% of Africans are expected to live in cities. This poses major policy challenges, but make no mistake: Africa’s cities and towns are engines of progress that, if harnessed correctly, can fuel the entire continent’s sustainable development. This OECD Observer i-Sheet casts a spotlight on the key issues. Browse the headlines on paper, and read the full articles online using the short URLs or scan the QR code.
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Published on Sep 29, 2016
Special to the 16th International Economic Forum on Africa: African cities for Africa's development, OECD Conference Centre, Paris, 29 Septe...