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Africa is central to the century's strategic challenges. This huge continent is home to almost 1.2 billion people, with a projected population of 2 billion by 2050. A developing continent, but one where the fight against poverty is a constant priority. A continent undergoing revolutionary urbanisation, which is overturning traditional social patterns, trade flows and the population's demands.

Publié en avril 2024

Africa Cup of Nations final game.  It was a hot night on 11 February and the Alassane Ouattara stadium in Ebimpé erupted with joy. The Elephants were the champions after a thrilling match against Nigeria's Green Eagles.

Publié en mars 2024

The memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed between Addis Ababa and Somaliland on January 1st, granting Ethiopia 'autonomous' access to the sea, is reshaping strategic dynamics in an already delicate region. Aboubaker Omar Hadi delves into the competitiveness and medium-term aspirations of Djibouti's port infrastructure.

Publié en janvier 2024

Firmly at the helm, President Bola Tinubu and his government are carrying out sweeping reforms to raise the bar and restore Nigeria to its rightful place as the continent’s leader.

Publié en janvier 2024

Mamadou Diagna Ndiaye, President of the Senegalese National Sports and Olympic Committee (CNOSS), and member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), travels the world with tenacity and enthusiasm. Especially since 2018, when Dakar was declared host city of the next Youth Olympic Games (YOG) to be held in 2026. The stakes are high.

Publié en novembre 2023

Global agriculture is at a crossroads. The planet is home to 8 billion people, a total which the UN predicts will rise to 10 billion by 2050. At the same time global food insecurity is rising due to the unprecedented rate of soil degradation and the increased frequency and severity of climate shocks, the pandemic, and regional conflicts. To keep humanity fed, farmers will have to nearly double their output. And it is possible to do just this while at the same time making a significant contribution to combatting climate change by rewarding farmers for increasing the amount of carbon stored in the soil they cultivate.

Publié en septembre 2023

Côte d’Ivoire’s economic capital and the planet’s third-largest French-speaking city is a never-ending worksite striving to correct the mistakes of the past while looking ahead towards the future. An urban planning challenge, a melting pot of cultures and peoples determined to forge a life in a megalopolis open to the high seas.

Publié en septembre 2023

Recognized as a non-profit organization in the public interest, the OCP Foundation published its 2022 annual report in early May. Research and development (R&D), social innovation, food security: the phosphate and fertilizer giant’s foundation is active on all fronts, from Morocco to Madagascar.

Publié en août 2023

A trailblazing protocol agreement to support 180,000 farmers with two programs

Publié en août 2023