Jobs, Justice and Equity:
Seizing Opportunities in Times of Goba Change
Caroline Kende-Robb (Africa Progress Panel), Kevin Watkins (Brookings Institution), Peter da Costa (AfricaProgress Panel) and Richard Manning (Oxford Universit) led the report’s preparation and research.The Africa Progress Panel would like to thank the following contributing authors: Nicholas Cheeseman (OxfordUniversit), Hubert Danso (Africa Investor), Shanta Devarajan (World Bank), Roberto Foa (Harvard Universit),Charles Lwanga-Ntale (Development Initiatives), Alexandre Marc (World Bank), Stephen N’Degwa (WorldBank), Emmanuel Nnadozie (UNECA), Jurgen Reitmaier (Consultant), Changong Rhee (Asian DevelopmentBank), Guido Schmidt-Traub (CDC Climat Asset Management).The Africa Progress Panel would also like to acknowledge the valuable contributions of N’Dri Assié-Lumumba(Cornell Universit), Nina Behrman (Editor), Richard Care (Founding Co-Chair, China-DAC Stud Group), PaulCollier (Oxford Universit), Jim Cust (Oxford Universit), Nathalie Delapalme (Mo Ibrahim Foundation), Alan Doss(Ko Annan Foundation), Jamie Drummond (ONE), Magnus Ericsson (Raw Material Group), Louise Fox (World Bank),Benedikt Franke (Cambridge Universit), Patricia Geli (World Bank), Barbara Goedde (Ko Annan Foundation),Alan Hinman (Task Force for Global Health), Andrew Johnston (Editor), Elsie Kanza (World Economic Forum), KarutiKaninga (South Consulting), Michael Keating (UN), Christoph Lakner (Oxford Universit), Frankln Lisk (Warwick Universit), Carlos Lopes (UNITAR), Strive Masiiwa (Econet), Festus Mogae (Former President of Botswana and
Coaition for Diaogue on Africa), Michae Moer (Consutant), Esther Mwaura (Grassroots Organizations Operating
Together in Sisterhood), Archbishop Ndungane (African Monitor), Alosius Ordu (World Bank), Patrick Osakwe(UNCTAD), Sarah Papineau (UNDP), Judith Randel (Development Initiatives), Alastair Robb (UK Department for
Internationa Deveopment), Vaentine Rugwabiza (Word Trade Organization), Eisabeth Sandor (OECD), Tesfai
Tecle (Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa), Caroln Turk (World Bank), Alson Warhurst (Maplecroft), andJiajun Xu (Oxford Universit).The APP would also like to acknowledge the generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the
German Deveopment Cooperation (GIZ) and the UK Department of Internationa Deveopment (DFID).
Caroline Kende-Robb, Executive Director Violaine BeixJared BlochAlinka Brutsch
Peter da CostaKibrom Mehari
Caroina RodriguezZeaem Teferra
The cover design is inspired b the pattern found on the Ethiopian magic scroll of Wälättä-Gabriel from the 19thcentur. Magic Scrolls are a traditional form of talismanic and gurative art from the Horn of Africa.Infographics b Carolina Rodriguez in collaboration with Blossom Communications (Milan).Printed b Paper Forms in Lausanne, Switzerland on reccled paper.This report ma be freel reproduced, in whole or in part, provided the original source is acknowledged.
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