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    On Planning for Development:      Africa Development Indicators

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    • 2011*

      This year’s Africa Development Indicators, which covers some 1,700 macro economic, sectoral, and human development indicators dating to the 1960s, comes at a critical time for Sub-Saharan Africa’s 48 countries and 841 million people. After a decade of economic growth at nearly 5 percent a year, Africa—along with the rest of the world— was hit hard by the global economic crisis, but it rebounded within a year. In 2011 the continent’s growth is expected to return to pre crisis levels. The poverty rate has been declining at about 1 percentage point a year, and progress on the Millennium Development Goals, while insufficient to reach the 2015 targets in many countries, has been substantial.

    • 2010*
      Silent and lethal: How quiet corruption undermines Africa’s development
    • 2008 – 09
      Youth and Employment in Africa. The Potential, the Problem, the Promise
    • 2007
    • 2007*
      Spreading and sustaining growth in Africa
    • 2006
      Moving from the Year of Africa to the Decade of Africa— From Promises to Results
    • 2005*

      The task of monitoring Africa’s development progress and aid flows requires basic empirical data that can be readily used by analysts. This publication—which is the tenth in a series that began with African Economic and Financial Data (AEFD) and was followed by African Development Indicators (ADI) 1992, 1994/95, 1996, 1997, 1998/99, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2004—is meant to provide a starting point to fulfill that task.

    • 2001*

      he task of monitoring Africa’s development progress and aid flows requires basic empirical data that can be readily used by analysts. This publication—which is the seventh in a series that began with the African Economic and Financial Data (AEFD), and was followed by African Development Indicators (ADI) 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998/99, and 2000—is meant to provide a starting point to fulfill that task.




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