The many paces of development in Africa

Leininger, Julia
External Publications (2018)

in: Stefan Mair / Dirk Messner / Lutz Mayer (eds.), Germany and the world 2030: what will change; how we must act: Berlin: Econ, 132-144

ISBN: 978-3-43021-010-2
Volltext/Document

African and global megatrends such as population growth, digitalisation, and urbanisation will dramatically change African societies over the next twenty to thirty years. The way in which the interactions of different trends manifest, and the heterogeneous starting conditions on the African continent form the central starting point for Germany’s role in transformation to sustainability within Africa.

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