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What is the biggest problem facing Africa?

There is always one big problem that if solved, often leads to other solutions. Take for instance, reducing the number of accidents in a factory definitely increases production.

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  1. The biggest problem facing Africa is corruption. Many African leaders are corrupt , and their main agenda is to steal and make themselves rich and the money set a side for development it is stolen hence high level of poverty.

    The biggest problem facing Africa is corruption. Many African leaders are corrupt , and their main agenda is to steal and make themselves rich and the money set a side for development it is stolen hence high level of poverty.

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  1. The biggest problem facing Africa is corruption. Many African leaders are corrupt , and their main agenda is to steal and make themselves rich and the money set a side for development it is stolen hence high level of poverty.

    The biggest problem facing Africa is corruption. Many African leaders are corrupt , and their main agenda is to steal and make themselves rich and the money set a side for development it is stolen hence high level of poverty.

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  2. Unemployment which leads to high poverty, inequality, and government debt hamper economic growth .

    Unemployment which leads to high poverty, inequality, and government debt hamper economic growth .

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  3. Is the structural problems such as high poverty, inequality, and government debt hamper economic growth and the effects of climate change are strongly felt in many African countries alread

    Is the structural problems such as high poverty, inequality, and government debt hamper economic growth and the effects of climate change are strongly felt in many African countries alread

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  1. We kill ourselves and blame the leaders for that. We report ourselves to the europeans and expect them not to interfer in your buisness. We complain about corruption, and when someone fight corruption we complain that the person is either partisian, tribalistic,a dictator, or they are trying islamizRead more

    We kill ourselves and blame the leaders for that.

    We report ourselves to the europeans and expect them not to interfer in your buisness.

    We complain about corruption, and when someone fight corruption we complain that the person is either partisian, tribalistic,a dictator, or they are trying islamize or christianize the country.

    We look for investment abroad and you think it won’t also destroy your economy. Nobody invest is money and does not expect profit.

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  2. Poverty Although the poverty rate in Africa has dropped in recent years, rapid population growth means that the number of people suffering poverty keeps growing: from 280 million in 1990 to an estimated 330 million in 2012. Poor Education More than two out of five African adults cannot read or writeRead more

    Poverty

    Although the poverty rate in Africa has dropped in recent years, rapid population growth means that the number of people suffering poverty keeps growing: from 280 million in 1990 to an estimated 330 million in 2012.

    Poor Education

    More than two out of five African adults cannot read or write.

    Ill Health

    Health outcomes are worse in Africa than anywhere else in the world, even though life expectancy at birth has risen and chronic child malnutrition has declined since the mid-1990s.

    Violence

    Tolerance of domestic violence is twice as high as in the rest of the developing world. Incidents of violence against civilians are on the rise. While this litany of suffering is true throughout sub-Saharan Africa, with regard to all these measures life is particularly harsh for people living in the roughly 34% of Africa where states have collapsed to the point of irrelevance.

    Hunger

    Of the 20 countries in the world with the worst food and nutrition security, 19 are in Africa.

    Sustainable agriculture, nutrition and food security

    Inadequate investment in sustainable agriculture and significant social protection remain the major blocks to enhancing food availability. Climate change has also adversely affected many countries in Africa and compromised their ability to feed their people.

    Access to financing

    About 70 percent of Africans work in agriculture, but only 10% of the total portfolios of commercial banks goes to agriculture, according to the World Bank. Challenging legal and financial environments are constraining growth in African agriculture. For smallholders, especially, credit is often inaccessible or not affordable. Without appropriate financing, farmers are not only less able to invest in their operations but also much more vulnerable to market volatility and unpredictable weather

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  3. I despise it when people say that the government or the leaders are the problem of Africa. The problem with Africa are Africans themselves. We are a group of tribalistic, religious bigots with collective amnesia. We are always looking for hope from above (either from God or the powerful person amongRead more

    I despise it when people say that the government or the leaders are the problem of Africa.

    The problem with Africa are Africans themselves. We are a group of tribalistic, religious bigots with collective amnesia. We are always looking for hope from above (either from God or the powerful person amongst us) and blame them if anything goes wrong.

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  4. We complain about corruption, and when someone fight corruption we complain that the person is either partisian, tribalistic,a dictator, or they are trying islamize or christianize the country. We look for investment abroad and you think it won’t also destroy your economy. Nobody invest is money andRead more

    We complain about corruption, and when someone fight corruption we complain that the person is either partisian, tribalistic,a dictator, or they are trying islamize or christianize the country.

    We look for investment abroad and you think it won’t also destroy your economy. Nobody invest is money and does not expect profit

    You let people steal from your country and invest it in other developed european countries and if they get arrested their kinsmen say he should be released since he is their son.

    We say westerners are indecent and immoral but their country is moving forward and ours is going no where.

    Africans don’t want to change and if they don’t they won’t progress.

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