4 edition of African development indicators. found in the catalog.
African development indicators.
Includes bibliographical references (p432-434).
|Contributions||United Nations. Development Programme., World Bank.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||434|
Social and Human Development and Special Programmes 48 17 SOUTHERN AFRICAN CUSTOMS UNION (SACU) 49 18 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA - NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 49 National Policy 50 Economic Growth 51 Poverty 51 19 PROJECTS IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE WESTERN CAPE 52 The RED Door Project 52 . An Online Textbook for a New Generation of African Students and Teachers. The History of African Development – published by the African Economic History Network (AEHN) – aims to draw experts in the field of African History, Economics and African Development Studies together around an open access textbook. The textbook is primarily intended for teachers/lecturers and undergraduate students.
It addresses issues of poverty, unemployment and populations at risk within South Africa and the role of the social welfare system in South Africa in tackling these issues. The book outlines the theory and practice of social development as the practice through which the South African government aims to address social challenges. Source: African Development Report, Table 1 shows a set of macroeconomic indicators for Southern Africa derived from the African Development Report while Table 2 provides a set of human, social and economic development indicators for File Size: KB.
Between and , South Africa’s HDI value increased from to , an increase of percent. Table A reviews South Africa’s progress in each of the HDI indicators. Between and , South Africa’s life expectancy at birth increased by File Size: KB. Africa Development Indicators. The World Bank Africa Development Indicators (ADI) is a compilation of data, assembled by the World Bank, representing over 1, indicators of .
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'Africa Development Indicators / (multiple-user CD-ROM)' offers a comprehensive database with year-by-year time series of most indicators going back to It contains over 1, indicators of macro-economic, sectoral, and social data for over 50 African countries and 20 regional country : Multimedia CD.
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book reviewAuthor: Rose Mungai. Africa Development Indicators /13 is the most detailed collection of data on Africa. It contains macroeconomic, sectoral, and social indicators for 53 countries. The print edition includes a companion CD-ROM with additional data, some 1, indicators covering – This volume was prepared by the Private Sector Development and Economics Division, Africa Technical Department of the World Bank.
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Th e Little Data Book on Africa (available online only), the Af-rica Development Indicators –Multiple User CD-ROM, and a data query and chart-ing application for mobile services. A tool for learning, capacity strengthen-ing, and accountability, Africa Development. The Little Data Book on Gender in Africa vii Classification of economies For operational and analytical purposes the World Bank’s main criterion for classifying economies is gross national income (GNI) per capita.
Every economy in The Little Data Book on Gender in Africa is classified as low income, middle income, or high Size: KB. African development indicators (English) Abstract. The task of monitoring Africa's development program and aid flows requires basic empirical data that can be readily used by analysts.
This volume consolidates relevant data for The data in this document is grouped into two parts. Africa Development Indicators was a primary World Bank collection of development indicators on Africa, compiled from officially-recognized international sources.
No further updates of this database are currently planned. See World Development Indicators for more recent data on Africa. Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: African development indicators.
New York, N.Y.: United Nations Development Programme ; Washington. The multiple challenges to development in Africa have necessitated the use of a holistic approach that integrates economic, social and environmental dimensions, and generates new knowledge, policies and actions.
The Sustainable Development Report on Africa (SDRA) tries to. Compendium of Statistics on Bank Group Operations is an annual publication of the African Development Bank Group, presenting data on operational activities of the Bank Group. Part One gives cross-country statistics on Bank operations and Part Two provides country-specific information on each regional member country of the Bank.
World Bank - Africa Development Indicators. Abstract The primary World Bank collection of development indicators on Africa, compiled from officially-recognized international sources.
It presents the most current and accurate global development data available, and includes national, regional and global estimates.
World Development Indicators (WDI) is the World Bank’s premier compilation of cross-country comparable data on development. The World Development Indicators is a compilation of relevant, high-quality, and internationally comparable statistics about global development.
Gender, Poverty, and Environmental Indicators on African Countries is published by the Statistics Department of the African Development Bank Group. The publication also provides some information on the broad development trends relating to gender, poverty and environmental issues in the 54 African.
African Development Indicators provides the most detailed collection of data on Africa available in one volume. It contains more than macroeconomic, sectoral, and social indicators, covering 53 African countries with data from To order copies of Africa Sustainable Development Report: Tracking Progress on Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals, please contact: Publications Section Economic Commission for Africa Menelik II Avenue P.O.
Box Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Tel: + 11 Fax: + 11 E-mail:[email protected] Web: As in past editions, World view reviews global progress toward the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and provides key indicators related to poverty.
Each of the remaining sections includes an introduction; six stories highlighting specific global, regional or country trends; and a table of the most relevant and popular indicators for that theme. The most detailed collection of data on Africa available in one volume, presenting information from 53 countries.
World Development Indicators (WDI) is the primary World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized international sources. It presents the most current and accurate global development data available, and includes national, regional and global estimates.For some indicators the data are disaggregated by gender, income level, employment status and rural residence.
This third edition of the database was compiled in and includes updated indicators on access to and use of formal and informal financial services and additional data on .Staﬀ from External Aﬀ airs, including Richard Crabbe, Valentina Kalk, Malika Khek, Mario Trubiano, and Stuart Tucker, oversaw publication and dissemination of the book and its companions.
Aby Toure, from the Africa External Affairs Group (AFREX), also helped disseminate Africa .