In this issue: West Africa @COP 23; shifts in the US strategy in the Sahel; Tunis gets closer to ECOWAS; the perception of African rural migration is wrong; and achieving a future without child marriage.
In this issue: Nigeria @57; PRIDEC: livestock development in coastal countries; SWAC, CSFRS: Symposium on the future of the Sahel; ECOWAS aims to harmonise education systems; and UEMOA strengthens its think tank.
In this issue: Showdown in Togo; 32nd CILSS Day; ECOWAS-UEMOA statutory meeting; and the Belgian’s development agency is changing...
In this issue: BRICS: China heavily invests in Guinea; Mini-migration summit in Paris; Tabaski feast in West Africa, new CILSS graduates; and Salif Diallo, former president of Burkina Faso's National Assembly
In this issue: G5 Sahel leaders launch joint military force; G20 consolidates new Compact with Africa; Public statistics in Africa: renewal and challenges; and African Border Day focuses on youth.
In this issue: ECOWAS institutional reforms at the heart of the 51st Summit; UEMOA High-level Committee on Food Security; the EU supports the G5 Sahel joint force, and Morocco understands that Africa is the future.
In this issue: African Economic Outlook launch in India; ECOWAS helps Nigeria address food emergency; SWAC, special guest on France Culture; Maps & Facts: Nigeria’s recession slows down West African economy
In this issue: The new UEMOA Commission; SWAC presentation on food issues at the European Commission; African Youth Agripreneurs Forum and “She Decides” in Benin and Senegal.
In this issue: Food security stakeholders gather during RPCA meeting in Paris; OECD Secretary-General welcomes African Delegation; Nigeria at the Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum and a success story from Burkina Faso: Simone Zoundi’s cookies.
In this issue: CILSS takes key decisions in Mauritania; Brussels Briefing on rural-urban links; ECOWAS streamlines its fight against food insecurity; Ghana celebrates 60 years of progress, etc.
In this issue: Women’s Day, 8 March, in West Africa; Morocco wants to join ECOWAS; Luxembourg minister on Burkina Faso visit, etc.
In this issue: New pledges to avert famine in Nigeria, but access remains the key challenge; Gambia: After the celebration, many questions; ECOWAS to promote gender equality