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  1. Library Resource
    September, 2014
    Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, Ethiopia

    This is one of four documents of a
    series presenting the results of studies, workshops and
    action plans recently undertaken for four sub-Saharan
    African countries (Ethiopia, Mali, Mauritania and Tanzania)
    on the elimination of lead in gasoline. This document
    describes the work realized in Ethiopia. These four
    countries have the particularity of being oil importing
    countries without local refining capability. The transition

  2. Library Resource
    September, 2014
    Africa

    The Africa Gas Initiative (AGI) has been
    established by the Oil and Gas Division of the World Bank,
    to promote the utilization of natural gas in Sub-Saharan
    Africa. The study focuses on coastal countries - Angola,
    Cameroon, Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, and Gabon - along the
    West African coastline, and the Gulf of Guinea, where most
    of the region's gas reserves are located, and where
    significant proportions of the gas produced, is being wasted

  3. Library Resource
    September, 2014
    Africa, Congo

    The Africa Gas Initiative (AGI) has been
    established by the Oil and Gas Division of the World Bank,
    to promote the utilization of natural gas in Sub-Saharan
    Africa. The study focuses on coastal countries - Angola,
    Cameroon, Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, and Gabon - along the
    West African coastline, and the Gulf of Guinea, where most
    of the region's gas reserves are located, and where
    significant proportions of the gas produced, is being wasted

  4. Library Resource
    September, 2014
    Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa

    Leaded gasoline is the greatest single
    source of human exposure to lead, and as such, the health
    impacts of lead are serious, affecting, and causing elevated
    blood pressure, cardiovascular conditions, neurological and
    kidney disease, among many others. While over eighty percent
    of the gasoline sold worldwide is now lead-free, Africa
    remains the exception. The specific objectives of the
    regional conference on the phase-out of leaded gasoline in

  5. Library Resource
    September, 2014
    Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, Tanzania

    This is one of four documents of a
    series presenting the results of studies, workshops and
    action plans recently undertaken for four sub-Saharan
    African countries (Ethiopia, Mali, Mauritania and Tanzania)
    on the elimination of lead in gasoline. This document
    describes the work realized in Tanzania. These four
    countries have the particularity of being oil importing
    countries without local refining capability. The transition

  6. Library Resource
    September, 2014
    Cameroon

    Many investments in infrastructure are
    built on the belief that they will ineluctably lead to
    poverty reduction and income generation. This has entailed
    massive aid-financed projects in roads in developing
    countries. However, the lack of robust evaluations and a
    comprehensive theoretical framework could raise questions
    about current strategies in Sub-Saharan Africa. Using the
    second Cameroonian national household survey (Enquete

  7. Library Resource
    September, 2014
    Sierra Leone

    This report presents an analysis of
    the Early Childhood Development (ECD) programs and policies
    which affect young children in Sierra Leone. This report is
    part of a series of reports prepared by the World Bank using
    the SABER-ECD framework. The country report includes
    analysis of early learning, health, nutrition and social and
    child protection policies and interventions in Sierra Leone,
    along with regional and international comparisons. The

  8. Library Resource
    September, 2014
    Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger

    A development response to forced
    displacement in the Sahel requires a regional approach. Such
    an approach would have the benefits of being able to: (i)
    overcome challenges relating to cross--- border movements,
    (ii) obtain commitments by host governments to support the
    prospects of displaced from neighboring countries and (iii)
    facilitate common approaches, shared conceptualization and
    learning. A regional approach will be appropriate in the

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