East Africa

Date of publication
June 2012

By using long-term panel data sets of rural households in the Philippines, Thailand, Bangladesh, and India and cross-sectional data sets in Kenya, Uganda, and Ethiopia, the roles of labor markets i

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
September 2014

This paper investigates the reasons for
the low application of external fertilizers on farms in
Kenya and Uganda. The analysis uses a large panel of

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
March 2012

Integration in the East African
Community offers significant opportunities not only to
expand trade among member states, but more importantly to

Date of publication
March 2012

Sound infrastructure is critical for
growth in East Africa. During 1995-2005, improvements in
infrastructure boosted growth by one percentage point per

Date of publication
September 2014

The East African Community has long
recognized that regional economic integration can yield
significant welfare gains to its member states. To that

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
January 2014

Climate-induced livelihood transitions
in the agricultural systems of Africa are increasingly
likely. A recent study by Jones and Thornton (2009) points

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
July 2015

Firms normally keep certain inventories,
including raw materials, work-in-progress, and finished
goods, to operate seamlessly and not to miss possible

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
July 2015

Africa is estimated to have great
potential for agricultural production, but there are a
number of constraints inhibiting the development of that

Publisher
World Bank Group
Date of publication
March 2016
Resource type

On September 15, 2015, the World Bank announced US$600 million of financing for a new initiative in Ethiopia, Enhancing Shared Prosperity through Equitable Services (ESPES).

Publisher
Oakland Institute

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