UNECA


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UNECAUnited Nations Economic Commission for Africa
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An African Information Society initiative, launched by UNECA, concludes in a study: 'The information revolution is one that Africa cannot afford to miss[ldots]the price of being left out is an insurmountable development gap between information rich and information poor nations.
The Ambassador expressed his appreciation with the fact that UNECA is helping to come up with key strategies for development and intra-regional trade for the continent and stated that it would help to produce considerable economic gains for Africa as well as play a significant role in accelerating economic growth, poverty reduction and enhancing food and energy security in Africa.
The memo also dealt with the cooperation with the UNECA on issues of the commercial facilities which aims to increase the competitiveness of the Sudanese exports in the international markets by reducing of trade's cost and the participation of the small and medium organization of the Sudanese businessmen.
In response to this, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA)'s African Centre for Gender in collaboration with the African Minerals Development Centre of UNECA and UN Women Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office undertook a five country research project in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Guinea, Tanzania and Zambia of women in ASM.
AfDB, UNECA, UNDP and OECD (2012), African Economic Outlook 2011/12.
The ADF, a UNECA flagship biennial event, is convened in collaboration with the AU Commission, AfDB and other key partners to establish an African-driven development agenda that reflects consensus and leads to specific programmes for implementation.
The rapid acquisition of technology in Africa is an indication that the continent has the capacity to increase its manufacturing potential, a new study by UNECA (United Nations Economic Commission for Africa) suggests.
President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and in collaboration with UNCTAD and ITU, in partnership with G@ID, African Union, UNECA, AFDB, World Bank, ASIP and UTICA, hosts Youth & ICT: Source of Inspiration, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum, Parallel Events and Technological Exhibition.
UNECA (1990) conceptualizes human resources as the body of knowledge, skills, attitudes, physical, and managerial efforts required to manipulate land, capital, and technology, to produce goods and services for human consumption and welfare.
The workshop took place over three days starting November 6, 2002 at the UNECA headquarters in Addis Ababa.
In its analysis, UNECA first explains why adjustment has failed and offers a pragmatic approach based on local "operative forces, available resources, and the needs to be catered for" (p.
Map of COMESA member countries- Photo courtesy of UNECA webite CAIRO -- 7 December 2017: "Egypt's trade with the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) registered $5.