Perspectives on the Future of Africa in a Post-Pandemic World

IMF published this video item, entitled “Perspectives on the Future of Africa in a Post-Pandemic World” – below is their description.

Discussion on Africa, including economic development and the SDGs, climate change adaptation, gender equality, political perspectives, and social achievements. #Africa

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