Angola: Publicly account for the US$32 billion unexplained discrepancy

H.E. Mr. Carlos Alberto Lopes, Minister of Finance, Luanda, República de Angola Re: Angola: Publicly account for the US$32 billion unexplained discrepancy Your Excellency, I am writing to you to urge you to publicly account for the US$32 billion unexplained discrepancy in Angola’s public funds that was reported by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). I [...]

Chad: Bring former Chadian dictator Hissène Habré to justice

Honorable Foreign Ministers, I have the honor of writing you in the name of the victims of the former Chadian dictator Hissène Habré, accused of committing thousands of political killings and systematic torture between 1982 and 1990. The victims have been fighting for more than twenty-one years to bring Habré to justice, and a number [...]

Why Cameroon Urgently Needs Open data (VIDEO)

Recently I had to write an article, and needed to find a very specific piece of information: the budget dedicated in 2011 by the Cameroonian Government to anti-poaching policies. I thought it would take me 10 to 15 minutes maximum to find it on the web. I finally did, by pure chance, after three hours [...]

An Open Letter to Abdoulaye Wade: Vous n’êtes pas l’état

So, you’re Abdoulaye Wade, the President of Senegal, a country that many can point to and say “there is a reasonably stable African state.” But like so many of the continent’s leaders you decide that you and the country’s success are inextricably bound. Your second (and constitutionally-mandated last) term is set to expire. What do [...]

Tanzanian Ministers Declaration on Early Childhood Development

Historic Meeting Brings Government Leaders, Major Donors Together to Address Needs of Tanzania’s Youngest Children Major financial, legislative commitments to support young children within reach. Government officials, major international foundations and locally-based early child development advocates meet this week for the nation’s first biennial forum to address the needs of young children in Tanzania, taking [...]

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