African Economic Outlook 2007

 

ISBN Number:
978-92-64-02510-3
Publication Date:
May 2007

Pages: 618

In 2007, the African Economic Outlook's focus was on Access to Drinking Water and Sanitation. This edition was launched in Shanghai, at the African Development Bank Annual Meetings.

This report is a unique tool for African and OECD-based decision makers from the public and private sector, including aid agencies, investors, and government officials of aid-recipient countries.

The African Economic Outlook is an African Development Bank, OECD Development Centre and Economic Commission for Africa joint project. It also benefits from the generous support of the European Commission.

The detailed statistics, tables and charts contained in the report are available via the StatLinks printed in the book (EXCEL™).


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Did you know?

> 2006 was the fourth consecutive year of economic growth above 4 per cent in Africa, with economic activity expected to remain high over the next few years. Oil and mineral exporting countries, however, are outpacing others by a substantial margin, a trend which is set to sharpen in 2007 and 2008. (more...)

COUNTRY NOTES

Algeria

Congo Republic

Kenya

NamibiaNiger

Tunisia 

 Angola

Congo Dem. Rep.

Madagascar

Niger

UgandaPEA 2007 - Tunisie

Benin

Côte d’Ivoire

Malawi

Nigeria

Zambia

Botswana

Egypt

Mali

Rwanda

 

Burkina Faso

Ethiopia

Mauritius

SenegalPEA 2007 - Rwanda

 

Cameroon

Gabon

Morocco

South AfricaPEA 2007 - Sénégal

 

Chad

Ghana

Mozambique

Tanzania 

 

 

ESSENTIAL MATERIAL

  Preface
 Table of Contents
 Statistical Annex and Tables
 AEO project team
 AEO in 40 slides

Did You Know?
 Kenya, Morocco, Uganda have diversified their export structure in recent years, while other, mainly oil and mineral producers (Algeria, Cameroon and Mozambique) are becoming further specialised.

Did You Know?
 Sub-Saharan Africa has the lowest drinking water and sanitation coverage in the world. One in two people has no easy access to drinking water and two out of three to proper sanitation facilities. (more...)


 Progress has, however, been excellent in Northern Africa, in Mauritius and in South Africa. Uganda has tripled the number of people with access to drinking water between 1990 and 2006, and Tanzania has ensured that 90 per cent of the population have access to some form of sanitation. (more...)


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> Access to Drinking Water and Sanitation in Africa
Pro-poor Design of Subsidies for Drinking Water and Sanitation Services in Africa



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> Africa in 2007: Multifaceted Growth
Africans Need not Miss Out on the Benefits of Globalisation

Did You Know?
 Only Algeria, Cape Verde, Egypt, Mauritius, Seychelles, Tanzania and Tunisia are likely to ensure that all children complete primary school by 2015. (plus...)

 Since debt relief is now completed in many African countries, aid of this type is likely to fall sharply after 2007. This loss will need to be compensated by a rapid rise in other forms of Official Development Assistance. (more...)

Did You Know?
 Progress towards participative democracy is encouraging. Almost 59 million Africans participated in the Presidential Elections held in 10 countries in 2006 (67.3 per cent turn out rate). Moreover, 7 countries organised multiparty legislative election. (more...)


Read more
Africa: Fewer Bullets, More Ballots?

ADDITIONAL MATERIAL ON AFRICA

The Cotton Sector in Mali: Realising its Growth Potential.

How to Lend to African Countries after a Decade of Debt Relief.

Facing Complexity in Development Finance: Challenges for a Donor Darling.

Africa’s Private Sector: Ready to Seize Business Opportunities?

Fostering Africa’s Private Sector Development.
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