The agreement, the Addis Ababa Action Agenda, provides a foundation for implementing the global sustainable development agenda that world leaders are expected to adopt this September. In light of this historic Agenda, SAIIA has put together a series of analyses, papers and briefings relating to financing for development in Africa:
Short insights and analysis
Read a new analysis piece published today: Involving the private sector in financing infrastructure for development, opinion piece
Two very short Policy Insights papers are also available, From natural resource dependence to diversified economies: An agenda for future research, and Development, Sustainability and Social Justice: The Elusive Balancing Act of African Fisheries Governance in Policy.
- Revamping Artisanal Gold Mining in Zimbabwe to Catalyse Poverty Reduction
- Africa’s Extractive Governance Architecture: Lessons to Inform a Shifting Agenda
- Increasing the Economic Value and Contribution of Protected Areas in Africa
- Blue Carbon: The Opportunity of Coastal Sinks for Africa
- What are Botswana’s options for economic diversification?
- Bonds: A Viable Alternative for Financing Africa’s Development
- Assessing Competitive Resource Tenders as an option for Mining Rights Allocation in South Africa