Date: Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Time: 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET (16:30 – 18:00 GMT or convert time)
Location: Online

The webcast will be available on this page on April 22nd at 12:30 pm ET.

Today, most colossal fortunes are new, not inherited – amassed by perceptive businessmen who see themselves as deserving victors in a cut-throat international competition. Like the ‘robber barons’ of the late 19th century, this trans-global class of successful professionals lives in an era in which emerging markets and innovative technologies are colliding to produce unprecedented wealth for more people than ever in human history. In the 19th century Gilded Age, those at the very top benefited far more than others--and from this pinnacle they exercised immense and unchecked power in their countries. Today’s closest analogue to these robber barons can be found in the turbulent economies of India, Brazil, and China, all home to ferocious market competition and political turmoil. But wealth, corruption, and populism are no longer constrained by national borders, so this new Gilded Age is already transforming the economics of the West, as well.

In her book, Plutocrats, Canadian writer, journalist, and politician Chrystia Freeland demonstrates how social upheavals generated by the first Gilded Age may pale in comparison to what is in store for us, as the wealth of the entire globalized world is concentrated in fewer and fewer hands. Plutocratsbrings together the economics and psychology of these new super-rich, and puts us inside a league very much of its own, with its own rules.

Join us LIVE on April 22nd as Freeland discusses the themes of "Plutocrats: The Rise of the New Global Super-Rich and the Fall of Everyone Else."

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Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude
India
How can these super rich be encouraged for 'giving more' (as per the other World Bank discussion)? Thus, what is/ will be the role of the World Bank in this 'Giving more' process to organise their hefty donation funds? Hope you touch this point in your all important discussion.
Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude
India
We're not against super rich, however, is it not a fact that only those can be super rich who can manage all stake holders, government and non government bodies and of course the negative elements in society? Have you touched these points? Also do you agree that sometimes, coercieve collaborations of super rich people even can take the toll of few countries' economies? How can it be tackled? Hope you'll touch this point in your discussion please. Millions are dying of hunger, millions are not getting employeed, etc. and since a century we could not find a solution over this, hence, also this question can be raised to super rich, as it's a same case where in Rome/earth is burning and ...these Kings are busy in amassing more wealth ...
Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude
India
Mr. Warren Buffet, donated billions of dollars. Why cannot The World Bank, influence, organise and encourage other super rich for 'Giving More/ Donate More'?




Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET (19:30 – 21:00 GMT or convert time)
Location: World Bank Preston Auditorium & Online

Are giving persons more successful? For generations, focus was on the individual drivers of success (passion, hard work, talent, and luck) but in today’s reconfigured world, it is increasingly dependent on how we interact with others. Join us LIVE for a webcast on April 17th, 2014 for a discussion based on Adam's New York Times bestselling book, Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success.

This book changes our fundamental ideas about how to succeed. Grant’s research groups people into takers, matchers, or givers. Takers strive to get as much as possible from others; matchers aim to trade evenly; and givers are the rare breed of people who contribute to others without expecting anything in return. The author argues that although some givers get exploited, in most cases they achieve extraordinary results across a wide range of industries.

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Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude
India
In this world of Egotism i.e. "I-Me-Myself-My organization-My Product and Services", one thing that is forgotten is GIVING and not advertising. In many Indian scripts it's mentioned that, 'what right hand donates even the left hand should not come to know'. Hence, the donations and giving and even CSR is not a big part of the Big Budgets of many individuals and organizations. None in corporate world agrees on the principle of 'the more you give, the more will come back to you'. It's not even part of many top Fortune listed companies, or if they have, they take more than they give, is for sure. Then, how would these entities be encouraged to Giving, to Helping others, and the Welfare of all? .....Kindly let's also know, what will be the role of World Bank in these activities?...Kindly let's also know whether you've touched these points in your book?
Frenny Jowi
Kenya
How can one deal with colleagues who take advantage of on's spirit of giving? You may be transparent and honest towards them, but they repay with a bad attitude towards you.
Norma Nashed
Jordan
There is no doubt the World Bank gives huge amounts of money to developing countries, knowing well that a big percentage does not go to the needy and poor people. I asked once of of the World Bank attorneys during a luncheon and he told me "We know that, but it is because of policies." But people set policies and policies should change if deemed necessary. Why does not the World Bank then give to smaller charities and non profits if they prove that 85-90% of their grants go directly to projects to help the people in need. I have a non profit and as president I don't even get a salary or benefits for the past 15 years. I gave all my retirement and savings also and do it willingly and cheerfully to save children and we contribute to six of the eight UNMDG. We work 99% with volunteers many of them from the UN Online Volunteers and we serve 4,000 children in 15 countries and work with trusted missionaries in the countries, people who give their lives to save others.
Leon
China
The detail data about the help for the poor in the world of the World Bank Group in the last five years,the changes of the policy ever since the new president,the group's program of helping people for China
Naduthodi Musthafa
India
Why are the people of the world are more commercialised, ignoring mutual trust and co-operation for a common existence. viz.. if you want to get a treatment, the hospitals are commercialized to the extent the common people or the poor cannot even afford to have. Richer people are engaged to compete to make MORE of everything and ignoring the set of people who the vast majority are voiceless or homeless or under poverty. Why human competing for MORE and MORE, please make it point to address these Rich people to be fair and do something for the under privileged in the societies where they live. Now take the case of a Rich person he make all the illegal ways to amass money and on the other hand spending a bit for the poor what is the benefit.. He is screwing one end more and giving out less..? Still he become more rich and wants fame.....? Why?
Dr. John E. Woods
United States
How does one present an innovative technology that could transform Sub Sahara subsistence farmers into profitable market farmers and lift them out of poverty? I have been frustrated in efforts to contact leaders who want to achieve end of poverty but are very difficult to present an idea for a solution?





Date:
Monday, April 14th, 2014
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. ET (22:00 – 24:00 GMT or convert time)
Location: Online

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Business benefits abound for companies that include women as executives, employees, and entrepreneurs in their value chains. The business case for gender inclusion will be made by H.E. Sheikh Abdullah al Thani, Chairman of Ooredoo Group; Cherie Blair, founder of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women; and Beth Comstock, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at GE, at the World Bank Group’s Gender & The Economy event, to be hosted by IFC in Washington, DC, April 14, 2014, 6 - 8 p.m. The World Bank Group's Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, Sri Mulyani Indrawati, will open the event.

The event will also mark the occasion of this year's IFC CEO Gender Award. Now in its seventh year, the award recognizes outstanding achievement by staff in promoting women in business. Following a competitive process with more than 30 submissions from around the world, the award will go to one team in the category of corporate gender support and to another team in the external category for outstanding contributions to gender inclusion in the private sector.

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- IFC Gender Website

- World Bank Gender Website

- IFC Gender Secretariat - Creating Business Value

- Women, Business and the Law

 


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Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude
India
Like, politics, even doing clean big businesses ehtically is not possible all around the world, it seems. Otherwise, lot of ladies would have made career in these domains. Trust me, if these domains are not cleaned urgently all over the world, there would be billions jobless very soon. Hope, you'll discuss all these important issue in your discussion. Due to these hurdles many men and women have avoiding/ had avoided to enter these domains hence raising these points.
David Cambra
United States
It would be pertinent to explain the facts about the role and the effect of SDRs in our global economy, especially now as there are very weak links in the 'money chain'. I think it is to our global economy's advantage to include as many of the capable women on this globe as possible in its economical AND geo-political forums...

Chrystia Freeland

Ms. Freeland is the Member of Parliament for the Riding of Toronto Centre. After cutting her journalistic teeth as a Ukraine-based stringer for the Financial Times, Washington Post, and The Economist, Ms. Freeland went on to wear many hats at the Financial Times, including deputy editor, UK news editor, Moscow bureau chief, Eastern Europe correspondent, editor of its weekend edition, and editor of FT.com. Between 1999 and 2001, she served as deputy editor of The Globe and Mail, before becoming a managing editor at the Financial Times. In 2010, Ms.

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التاريخ: السبت 12 أبريل/نيسان 2014
الوقت: 5:30 مساءا بتوقيت الساحل الشرقي للولايات المتحدة (22:30 بتوقيت جرينيتش) أو شاهد التوقيت حسب مدينتك)
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Le Comité du développement du Groupe de la Banque mondiale s'est adressé aux médias en clôture des Réunions de printemps 2014.

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ARTICLE : Lors de la clôture des Réunions de printemps, le Groupe de la Banque mondiale a précisé sa stratégie de lutte contre la pauvreté.
COMMUNIQUÉ : Communiqué du Comité du développement »






Date: Saturday, April 12, 2014
Time: 5:30 p.m. (ETA) (21:30 GMT or convert time)
Location: Online

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Fecha del evento: Sábado 12 de abril de 2014
 

La transmisión en vivo estará disponible aquí el Sábado 12 de abril a las 17:30 ET.

El Comité para el Desarrollo del Grupo del Banco Mundial se dirigirá a los medios de comunicación al cierre de las Reuniones de Primavera 2014.





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Présenté par Francisco Ferreira, économiste en chef de la Banque mondiale pour la Région Afrique, cet événement a réuni des dirigeants africains, des représentants de la société civile et des partenaires du développement et a consisté à étudier les perspectives économiques de l'Afrique face au risque de fluctuation des prix des matières premières ou la volatilité des flux de capitaux étrangers.

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Bekaye Dicko
la Mauritanie à l'instar des pays africains avait affiché une croissance encourageante et félicitée par le tandem FMI BM mais il en demeure que cette croissance n a nullement impacté positivement la vie du citoyen ma question est de savoir si son impact ne sera pas pressenti plus tard? ou la croissance ne peut pas être un déclencheur du développement en présence de la corruption? L'orientation de cette croissance vers la formation les infrastructures; une bonne réforme juridique; bonne gouvernance pour attiser les IDe ne permet à l'Afrique de garde le cap de cette croissance?
christelle Meke
excusez moi mais de quelle période d'incertitude parlez vous?des crises économiques et sociales c'est ça?pour moi la période d'incertitude réside seulement au niveau des situations de guerre,terrorisme et autres tensions sociales et pas au niveau économique car l'afrique a prouvé sa capacité à progresser en dépit des récentes turbucences économiques.à mon avis,étant donné que je crois que la période incertaine vient de linstabilité du climat socio-politique,il est impératif qu'on mette un accent sur les pratiques de bonne gouvernance.il faut mettre unl'éducation et l'indice de developpememt humain et la gestion de la paix au coeur de toute politique gouvernementale;ceci perme ttrait de réduire les instabilités et de maintenir la croissance.Une fois de plus à condition l'éducation et autre aspects humains soient des priorités absolues;passer des préoccupations aux actions,adapter les programmes scolaires aux besoins économique afin de réduire le chomage qui poussent les jeunes dans des groupes extrémistes en autre. le problème d'après moi est que la croissance n'est pas toujours suivi de développement humain.qu'en pensez vous? @christelle.nm ,étudiante en Master 2 GRH



Date: Saturday, April 12, 2014
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET (15:30 – 17:00 GMT or convert time)
Location: Online



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Presented by Francisco Ferreira, World Bank Chief Economist for the Africa Region, this event will bring together policy makers, civil society representatives and development partners to examine Africa's recent growth patterns and assess how resilient they are likely to prove, given possible changes in commodity prices and the availability of foreign capital.

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Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude
India
There are the words of an almost 100 years old grand father. "Some of the uncertainties in economy/ world economies are manufactured one. They do not come due to natural ups and downs in the economies". Hence, my simple question is, if even USA, Greece, like rich economies could not face this uncertainty properly, how can we expect the Poor African countries can? Thus, what are the extra measures need to be taken care, in their cases?
Tsedeke
Ethiopia
what are the top ten fastest growing economy in Africa?
moges hailemichael feleke
Ethiopia
what is economic crises
bahiru megersa
Ethiopia
pls tell me our counter economical groth with stasitical data/
katungi joash kamanda
Uganda
Recently ugandan government signed anti homosexuality bill and you postponed healthy loan?how did you relate homosexuality and a loan.i think world bank should act neutral to its members and NOT favour the big states like USA
HENOK
Ethiopia
what is a simple metod to know as compaird our economy progress evey year than other developing countery?
frank mlingwa
Tanzania
I want to know the r/ship between your loans and ant gay ?case study Uganda
Ally Mbaga
Tanzania
What position does tanzania be graded in economics
Eyosyas Worku
Ethiopia
How much readiness is there in African countries in terms of innovativeness to become an industrialized economy. Is there a chance we can actually see an African nation becoming capable enough to compete with Asian and European nations in industry and Technology any time soon? And if there is such a chance, which African countries are the most likely to top that sort of a list?
Eyosyas Worku
Ethiopia
How much readiness is there in African countries in terms of innovativeness to become an industrialized economy. Is there a chance we can actually see an African nation becoming capable enough to compete with Asian and European nations in industry and Technology any time soon? And if there is such a chance, which African countries are the most likely to top that sort of a list?
gabriel
Tanzania
why nigeria become the lead in economy in Africa than South Africa?
melkizedeck bashingwa
Tanzania
african nations are the one which produce a large quantity of minerals such as diamond,gold,tanzanite etc those minerals are valuable one, but these african nations they are still poor and faced with the problems like poor socil service and the main problem is employment most of the young ledies and boys undergroduate are not employed so how could develop our economic with those dependent people?
Tarekegn Hailu
Ethiopia
The need for all periodic economic, business and social information regarding state of African regions as well as the world. Than you
mebrahtu alem
Ethiopia
why African country implements a free market system and makes African money to make us strong economic development and shears experiences
Mengistu Zewdu Amde
Ethiopia
I would like to get any updates about the African continent.
Estibel Melaku Guale
Ethiopia
What is the major difference with other banks?
jeff
Uganda
how can i be involved
Teddy mesfin
Ethiopia
Why we seen the existing economic grouth as economic developiment?
yewulsew yeshambel
Ethiopia
can we africans getting out of the prevailing trade imbalance through creating a good trading relation ships each other, resisting the outside influence?
Ashenafi Mola
Ethiopia
what is the economic significant of the grand renasunce dam of ethopia
Abraham
Ethiopia
I want to ask about the economy of Ethiopia for the last sixty years. i need a comparative one between the different regimes which has governed Ethiopia for the last sixty years. Thanks for your informative and quick responses in advance!
bizuneh
Ethiopia
which country in good development states ?
Hailemichael Girma
Ethiopia
since the last 2 decades our country(Ethiopia), so that what is our economic status in Africa and mention the top ten fastest African growing country?
Binyam Birru
Ethiopia
Spending power withdrawn from consumer. Does this measure reduce inflationary pressure?
Sevag Parounakian
Ethiopia
The time for AFRICA is here. i believe we have become the center stage for all world focus and economic needs. Undeniable economic growth and positive changes from countries like Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania and Nigeria are being recorded. Strategic approaches in developmental efforts and global collaborations have finally started to pay off as statistics show. However,focus should be made in building Africa's private sector which i believe is the crucial element/key in taking this great continent to the next level. I think its time for global partners to act and give AFRICA the assistance it needs to implement a sustainable socioeconomic growth that in turn will lead to World benefit.
Ayalew TegeGN
Ethiopia
What do yuo think about Ethiopia?
Aklilu Simegn
Ethiopia
In African context growth or democracy comes first to reach the sustainable development?
Eden
Ethiopia
How do you evaluate the income and life style gap in Ethiopia or any other country in Africa with similar issue and its impact in over all economy and as a going concern? Thanks,
daniel getnet
Ethiopia
pls tell me hoe loan is assessed interns of the project feasibility ,your policy andyour control on actual r/n b/n loan and implementation.
Teshome Tesfaye
Ethiopia
what about Ethiopian?
Negasa
Ethiopia
In your view, what institutions or alternative ways does Africa have to devise to overcome the problem of conditional aid or loan grants from the advanced economies or their affiliated institutions like IMF and World Bank? thank you.
molla yair
Ethiopia
how ethiopian economic progress can be expressed in african context and how do you see the great dam project of ethiopia which will built on blue nile
nuri
Ethiopia
1 why most Africa's countries still under poverty? 2 how least developing countries become a member of WTO?
habtamu
Ethiopia
can you think african continent become a world class economical developed in a short term? what remedian action can african take to join a middle class society ?
samwel maziku
Tanzania
what are the economic plans should be done by African leaders to raise African economy?
ayalew wubante
Ethiopia
together we can go further!
Seyoum Teshome
Ethiopia
The Industrial Development of Africa, particularly countries like Ethiopia is depends on the development and growth Micro and Small Enterprises. The Growth of the MSE is hindered by two structural problems: Lack of Managerial Skills and Lack of Technological base. The Institutions such Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Centers-in case of Ethiopia, are also victimized by these structural problems to delivery the support. Hence, the institutional support which is deemed to unlock the structural problems is also hampered by the very problem. My question is,. HOW TO BREAK THIS VICIOUS CIRCLE CAUSED BY LACK OF MANAGERIAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITIES?? THANK YOU?
binyam tadele
Ethiopia
how is Ethiopian real economic status?
yasin nur
Somalia
we know that an Africa is the most wealthy continent on the world, however the level of poverty in Africa is the highest one, therefore how we will balance this two contradictional issues, in order to bring an afric better economy and prosperity?
kassahun mamo
Ethiopia
1. There is a model propounded by the African Development Bank that a 1% drop in GDP growth in the organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries will translate into close to half a percentage point change in Africa’s growth automatically. Could this notion contextual real at this juncture in African countries particularly in Ethiopia when the global economy is in turmoil due to sovereign financial debt crisis in the United States and Europe since 2007? What kind of impact does it have on the Ethiopian economy?
kassahun mamo
Ethiopia
According to the World Bank recent report of Ethiopian economic update2 the public investment rate of Ethiopia is the third highest in the world, while the private investment rate is the sixth lowest. In order to sustain high economic growth, the development of a strong and vibrant private sector is essential. At what mechanism the private sector will be a part and parcel of an additional engine of growth?
Aklilu
Ethiopia
Most of African country are under sustainable economy growth.how can keep this growth by Africans alone with out interference of foreign countries?
kassahun mamo
Ethiopia
The second economic update report argues that Ethiopia needs to make progress on two interrelated and equally important fronts: enhancing domestic savings, and resolving the bottlenecks of the trade logistics system. According to the report, Ethiopia’s ranking in the World Banks’ Trade Logistics Index has slipped from 104th in 2007 to 141st in 2012. It takes an average of 42 days to import a container of goods to Ethiopia compared to 31 days for Rwanda – another landlocked country. What do you recommend to improve trade and trade logistics in ethiopia.
sabkebar
Ethiopia
1 my question is concerned to corruption,that it is the main obstacle for development that revery body know, so how can we reduce or stop corruption and maladministration in Africa's content to bring economical equality?
James Bill Ochamgiu
Kenya
How can AU effectively get involved in process of uniting Africa?. There are countries that give framework for strategic planning such as South Africa, Ghana,Namibia and Kenya or Nigeria.Africa scholars must make all the attempt to lay the ground for uniting Africa. The composition of Tanzania citizens is yet a gray area of study that can lead to the needed trend for uniting African people.
Woldegiorgis
Ethiopia
I want to receive updates about the economic performances of the Continent of Africa.
Teresa W Maina
Kenya
1. WHAT DO YOU THINK ARE BUSINESS SOLUTIONS TO POVERTY THAT CAN HELP IMPROVES DEVELOPMENT OUTCOMES IN AFRICA? 2.How will the future be different from the Africa that exists today?
Esete
Ethiopia
How do we calculate the growth of one country's Economy?is it because the number of bulildings?
your dereje beharu
Ethiopia
would you mention please 10 African countries currently developing by high rate ?
Natnael Yoseph Nigatu
Ethiopia
Is it real that Ethiopia is scoring a double digit economic growth??? if so, why didn't we see a change in life style of the people????
mekuanint guadie
Ethiopia
1 what is the effect of time value of money in the economy? if we can not properly manage and amend it.
Georges Falay Buse
Congo, Dem. Rep.
I would like to have the last World Bank or IMF report regarding the state of the Democratic Republic of Congo at the end of 2013.
Aderajew
Ethiopia
Is world bank a political organization? If not why it support Ethiopian great renaissance dam financially?
Balikenda James
Uganda
How can we sustain Economic growth in uncertain times if we still have a tendency of exporting unprocessed goods which have less value? Time has come for us to focus more on industrialization. lets defy any obstruction from the developed countries Take an example of my country Uganda, after the discovery of oil of an economic value. We were ill advised by western countries that it is of no economic benefit to construct a refinery in Uganda. Big ups to my president who never heeded to their ill advice. It means we were going to export thousands of jobs. please, lets embrace industrialization as a stepping stone towards sustainable economic growth
Biniyam Kefena
Ethiopia
Basic and supportive information about loan managment system.
tadesse mengisu
Ethiopia
How can we decrease economic crisis in africa ?
matthewos abebe
Ethiopia
what position does Ethiopia be graded in economics?
Molly
Uganda
My view on economic development in Africa is that the Africans themselves have stimulated themselves to the art of innovation and creativity. This makes them be dependent on the superpowers whose ambition is to remain on top of things economically. This means the economic interaction between the two is not balanced. What would be the most effective way to see Africa become economically independent?
Gilbert Adjimoti
Benin
What will be the source of economic growth for the next decade? and what will be the opportunity for youth?
James Akora
Uganda
Borrowing of funds by African cointries from International financial institutions if may conquer with me. Are any prospects done to ensure financial stability and eventually dependency of Africa.
Gumi
Ethiopia
I want to say thank you!! my is what whole Africans think about Ethiopian Renaissance dam is real affect the Egypt and Sudan????? because i think it does not affect them this dam help these countries so do not hear the word of Americans and Europeans we Africans are Africa
LELISA BURKA
Ethiopia
WHAT MEASUREMENTS DO WE TAKE TO ATTACK POVERTY
Andy Oduro Boadu
Ghana
Microfinance loans are getting more expensive day by day. Their arguments having been that, they also contract the loans from other commercial banks. In the end, MFIs motive of poverty alleviation among the poor is does not come to light as they end up burdened more, up to 50% rate of intetest. What is the World bank doing to support MFIs and Microlenfding, which seems to be a growing sub-sector in Africa now.
Thandeka
Swaziland
Women are a burgeoning force in the economy yet they continue to be over looked, unpaid and under utilized. They are consistently paid less than their value. They are rarely represented in decision making forums- current panel included. In Africa where peace eludes us, growth is uneven and remains unshared what are we doing to bring women to the fore of the agenda of ending poverty and boosting shared prosperity
Hezzo Daking
Tanzania
How Much Do I Surpose To Have In My Account To Get Check Book?
edwin damacen
Tanzania
Why our gorvement they dont support local contractor to run their project,for gaving them fund like foreigner country China,Japanes Others u country
Teklie Tesfamariam
Ethiopia
It is clear that currently the Ethiopian state is pursuing the philosophy of achieving development and democracy simultaneously at a time.Accordingly,what do you think of the challenges that the government can face with and what do you propose as remedies.
MARAFIKI WA ELIMU MBEYA
Tanzania
How can youth access agricultural project fund

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