In the West African country, 94% of its 1.5 million high school students pay their tuition via mobile money.
The global community has an opportunity to make good on the 20th replenishment of a 60-year-old World Bank programme known as the International Development Association.
Adopting a more comprehensive approach to risk mitigation is needed to improve the attractiveness and business environment of countries.
Weeks ahead of the COP26 climate summit, the World Economic Forum's #SDIS21 summit looks at how businesses can help achieve sustainable development. Radio Davos brings you this preview.
Mobile money has become prevalent in unbanked areas, like the majority of Africa. In 2020, Africans exchanged $490 billion using mobile money providers.
Ghana currently only has waste recovery and recycling rates of 12% and 10% respectively. Effective deployment of policies and social interventions can improve this.
African tropical mountain forests are carbon-rich, are rich in biodiversity and also store as much carbon per hectare as those found in African lowlands.
The 2-pillar plan to reform global tax offers African governments a unique opportunity to address tax challenges from the digitalisation of economies.
Kenya's tourism board has partnered with TikTok to spread awareness of its natural wonder and promote biodiversity and wildlife protection.
To improve the lives and livelihoods of those that rely on the land in the Azawak, Amman Imman is working to tackle water scarcity and restore the ecosystems.
Under 25s are expected to total 50% of Africa's population by 2050, causing a demand for employment to reduce poverty in the region.
Payment across national borders will be vital to AfCFTA's success – and Africa's emerging paytech sector already has the experience to make this happen
OPay broke investment and valuation records for start-ups in Africa, following investment from SoftBank, with Sequoia Capital China, and five other firms participating.
The impact of the pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa remains markedly lower compared to the Americas, Europe and Asia. A team of researchers explains why.
African governments are still not able to fund mental-health services adequately – so how do we help vulnerable populations get access to them?