This 2014 edition focused on the pan-African agenda of economic and social transformation. It assessed its progress in the light of changing global trade patterns and the demographic challenges ahead, while reviewing the implications of the Ebola crisis.
This publication series explores areas of expertise where the OECD could help the UN establish a new development agenda and framework post-2015
The responses to the Ebola crisis have primarily taken a country-by-country approach. Ebola does not stop at the border - the response must therefore take into account the regional dimension.
Over two-thirds of the world's poor live in rural areas. This book sets out a strategy for raising rural incomes - a prerequisite for reducing poverty and hunger.
This initiative aims to mobilise investment for Africa’s development and strengthen the capacity of African countries to design and implement reforms that improve their business climate.