Making Africa Work

“The solution has to be vested in the overall political economy if urban environments are to provide an answer to Africa’s extreme challenge of social and economic exclusion. Within this framework, can a solution be found that links housing, financing, security, internet connectivity, transport and governance to education, economic growth, healthcare and job creation? Key is this certainty in the rule of law and avoidance of corruption”

Source: Mills, G*.,Obasanjo,O.,Herbst,J.and Davis,D.(2017) Making Africa Work.London,Hurst& Company,page 44.
*Greg Mills is one of the authors of Making Africa Work and the Moderator of the Rise of the Africa Megacity panel at the 2018 ALN Africa Investment Conference.

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