Commencez-vous à envisager un avenir dans les affaires en Afrique ? Avez-vous pensé au Bénin ? L’agriculture, le tourisme, le textile sont quelques-uns des secteurs clés au Bénin. Si vous […]
Success for AFFORD’s advocacy to keep money transfer businesses open during COVID-19 lockdown On 21 April 2020, the UK government amended the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Regulations 2020 to include money
Ama Afrifa-Tchie, founder of the The Inclusion Agilist and head of culture & wellbeing at MHFA England reflects on her experience at the AfriLabs Annual Gathering, an event she was
The likely impact of coronavirus on Africa is keeping a lot of people awake at night – both within the continent and plenty outside of it too, writes Paul Asquith,
AFFORD (The African Foundation for Development) is encouraging diaspora communities, especially young people, to have their say on the return of stolen African artefacts held in British museums.
Building on the findings of Mo Ibrahim Foundation’s (MIF) 2019 Ibrahim Forum Report on African migrations, this joint research paper, co-authored by MIF, the African Foundation for Development (AFFORD) and
AFFORD will launch a pilot project in Benin to examine the investment potential of the diaspora in the small- and medium-sized enterprise (SME) sector with the aim of strengthening entrepreneurship
A new Public Private Dialogue (PPD) between investors and the Government of Sierra Leone was launched at an event held on the sidelines of the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London