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n African Renaissance - Editorial note

Volume 17, Issue 4
  • ISSN : 1744-2532
  • E-ISSN: 2516-5305

 

Abstract

The world and Africa in particular are still laden with developmental challenges and issues which have raised serious concern about the survival of Africa, especially in this era of the COVID-19 pandemic. Africa, despite these challenges, has a potential for significant progress-a transformation that necessitates vigorous efforts in research and policy thinking. These efforts have made many researchers, governments, and international organizations discover, debate, and proposed targets and goals that can sustainably address the challenges ravaging the continent. These highlights the importance of collaborative global attempts and interventions through developmental initiatives, specifically designed to address developmental global issues, including that of Africa. These developmental issues such as poverty, education, health, gender equality, election, climate, partnership, environmental justice, security, and peace among others have over the years gained prominence and topical in Africa. These issues or challenges have continually provoked debates, discussions, and researches from scholars, policymakers, African leaders, and professionals both in public and private service, who, within the context of their immediate environment proffer solutions, considering the implications of such measures for continental and global development. One reputable platform known for advancing knowledge globally and continentally through the publication of research outputs is the African Renaissance. It is a journal specifically

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