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[IWS] ADB: EAST AFRICA QUARTERLY BULLETIN, vol.2, issue 4, 4th Qtr. 2013 [2 April 2014]

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African Development Bank (ADB)

 

EAST AFRICA QUARTERLY BULLETIN, vol.2, issue 4, 4th Qtr. 2013 [2 April 2014]

Special Theme: Seychelles - From Economic Transition to Inclusive Growth

http://www.afdb.org/en/documents/document/east-africa-quarterly-bulletin-fourth-quarter-2013-47086/

or

http://www.afdb.org/fileadmin/uploads/afdb/Documents/Publications/East_Africa_Quarterly_Bulletin_-_Fourth_Quarter_2013.pdf

[full-text, 61 pages]

 

The East Africa Quarterly Bulletin is produced by country economists and country program officers of the African Development Bank Group’s (AfDB) East Africa Regional Resource Center (EARC), Nairobi, Kenya. The publication covers thirteen countries including Burundi, Comoros, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Seychelles, Somalia, South Sudan1, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. The Bulletin is part of the AfDB’s monitoring of socio-economic developments across the continent and provides summary information on the previous quarter’s major developments across the sub-region for which quarterly data are available on a timely basis.

Each Bulletin also contains a dedicated section on a special theme. This issue looks at Seychelles and its progression from economic transition to inclusive growth.

 

Each of the Bulletin’s country chapters feature a separate section on results achieved during the quarter under review, including an exposé on a ‘flagship’ project or program that has made a significant contribution to improving the livelihoods of the people in the respective country. A detailed presentation of the results achieved by the Bank’s projects in each country is provided in the Annex.

 

 

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