New in Africa Renewal
Here are the latest stories and news from the January 2013 issue of Africa Renewal magazine.
5 December 2012

COVER STORY
China in the heart of Africa
Opportunities and pitfalls in a rapidly expanding relationship
Also in this issue

Stabilizing Somalia: a new chapter begins
As Somalia rises from the ashes of war, its new leaders brace up for huge challenges that lie ahead

What went wrong? Lessons from Malawi’s food crisis
Once a breadbasket, Malawi finds itself in food crisis. What went wrong? And why investment in agriculture is a smart thing to do

Politics of succession: coping when leaders die
When African leaders die in office, politics of succession can be heated. Why do some countries get it right and others wrong?

Reconstructive surgery brings hope to survivors of genital cutting
New advances in reconstructive surgery help survivors of female genital mutilation live normal lives

Ghana’s ‘new path’ for handling oil revenue
Determined that its newly discovered oil will not be a curse, Ghana puts in place policies for efficient and transparent management of natural resources

‘Ensure that everyone benefits from economic gains’
Exclusive Interview with Maged Abdelaziz, UN special adviser on Africa

After Africa’s wars, a ‘new day’ for building peace
Exclusive interview with Judy Cheng-Hopkins, head of Peacebuilding Support

Africa Wired: Texting your way to health
UN launches ‘mHealth’ initiative to fight diseases

Book Review: Women and Leadership in West Africa
Filomina Chioma Steady argues that female leadership can “humanize the state”

New in Africa Renewal

Here are the latest stories and news from the January 2013 issue of Africa Renewal magazine.

5 December 2012

COVER STORY

China in the heart of Africa

Opportunities and pitfalls in a rapidly expanding relationship

Also in this issue

Stabilizing Somalia: a new chapter begins

As Somalia rises from the ashes of war, its new leaders brace up for huge challenges that lie ahead

What went wrong? Lessons from Malawi’s food crisis

Once a breadbasket, Malawi finds itself in food crisis. What went wrong? And why investment in agriculture is a smart thing to do

Politics of succession: coping when leaders die

When African leaders die in office, politics of succession can be heated. Why do some countries get it right and others wrong?

Reconstructive surgery brings hope to survivors of genital cutting

New advances in reconstructive surgery help survivors of female genital mutilation live normal lives

Ghana’s ‘new path’ for handling oil revenue

Determined that its newly discovered oil will not be a curse, Ghana puts in place policies for efficient and transparent management of natural resources

‘Ensure that everyone benefits from economic gains’

Exclusive Interview with Maged Abdelaziz, UN special adviser on Africa

After Africa’s wars, a ‘new day’ for building peace

Exclusive interview with Judy Cheng-Hopkins, head of Peacebuilding Support

Africa Wired: Texting your way to health

UN launches ‘mHealth’ initiative to fight diseases

Book Review: Women and Leadership in West Africa

Filomina Chioma Steady argues that female leadership can “humanize the state”