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Experts Weekly: Where Are the Humanitarians?
How can humanitarian agencies ensure that they help the most vulnerable and most in need rather than simply the easiest to reach or those in the least risky environments?
Experts Weekly: How Can Africa's Water and Sanitation Shortfall be Solved?
At current rates, it will take sub-Saharan Africa 15 years to reach its water goals and 150 years to reach its sanitation targets. A group of experts explain what needs to change.
Experts Weekly: What Now for Zimbabwe?
Mugabe and ZANU-PF are here to stay. We asked a panel of experts what this means for the next five years in Zimbabwe.
Egypt Debate: Violence and Discord Three Weeks On
We asked two leading experts about violence in Egypt's transitional period. Their answers could not have been more different.
Nutrition for Growth Summit: Ending Malnutrition or Neo-Colonialism?
We asked a panel of experts what impact the nutrition for growth summit will have on Africa.
Experts Weekly: What Next for US-Africa Relations?
As Obama embarks on a weeklong visit to the continent, we asked a group of experts where America's relationship with Africa is headed.
Experts Weekly: What African Agriculture Needs
A panel of experts explains what needs to be done to help Africa's agricultural sector develop.
Experts Weekly: What Should be in the Post-2015 Development Goals?
With the expiration of the MDGs fast approaching, Think Africa Press asks a panel of experts what direction the next set of goals should take to help Africa develop.
Experts Weekly: Will the Central African Republic's New Unity Government Hold?
Negotiations between Seleka rebels and President Bozizé led to the establishment of a new power-sharing government. Think Africa Press asked a panel of experts about its prospects.
Experts Weekly: Africa's Leading Women
Never before have women held so many positions of political leadership in Africa. But how does this reflect broader social and political developments on the continent?
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