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The Gambia must invest in its future by building a sustainable housing market

The Gambia’s housing crisis is holding the country and its citizens back. Merging innovative financing with regulatory changes can stimulate cross-sector cooperation and help ensure sustainable, accessible homeownership across the country, writes Ebrima Faal. The Gambia is facing a critical housing shortage, with a deficit of 128,874 units that disproportionately affects the country’s most vulnerable citizens. This […]

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Blended finance and Public Private Partnerships can provide affordable housing in Africa

Blended finance and Public Private Partnerships are powerful tools for unlocking affordable housing and empowering communities in Africa, writes Ebrima Faal. Millions of people across Africa lack a safe and secure home, a fundamental human right essential for well-being and dignity. According to the Centre for Affordable Housing Finance, the continent faces a massive housing deficit of

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Africa’s future beyond 2024 demands unapologetic and resolute leadership

Search for: Ebrima Faal January 2nd, 2024 Africa’s future beyond 2024 demands unapologetic and resolute leadership 0 comments Estimated reading time: 5 minutes Africa’s leadership landscape is a constellation of stories, encompassing triumphs and tribulations, visionary leadership and struggles against historical legacies and contemporary challenges. Amidst this intricate mosaic, the path to a prosperous and

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Tokenization and the future of debt management in Africa

Ebrima FaalNovember 17th, 2023Tokenization and the future of debt management in Africa0 comments | 3 shares Estimated reading time: 5 minutes Many African countries are facing growing public debts with severe consequences for public services and domestic economic performance. A new digital technology, Tokenization, has the potential to revolutionise the African debt market, writes Ebrima

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Institutions are catalysts for economic development and stability in Africa

Institutions hold the key to unlocking the continent’s vast potential. The undeniable significance of institutions as catalysts for economic development and stability cannot be overstated, but Ebrima Faal writes, it is essential to recognise the challenges that many African nations face due to weak and ineffective institutional frameworks. Read More

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