A new digital platform will accelerate data collection in Uganda, which could greatly speed up project implementation. The recently launched Remote Appraisal, Supervision, Monitoring and Evaluation (RASME) tool in Uganda will improve the collection of project-related data in African Development Bank projects., Participants in the RASME training course in Uganda display their certificates.
The sea ripples with shallow turquoise waters, split as far as the eye can see by tapered pirogues loaded with fishermen. Welcome to Toliara - formerly Tulear - the coastal capital of southwest Madagascar and one of the most prominent import/export hubs in the country. Here, artisanal fishing has been practiced since the dawn of time. This is the region of the Vézos, where the people are better known as "nomads of the sea" because they used to roam the entire coastline - hemmed in by one of the world's largest coral reefs - but now they have largely settled around Toliara.,
When Nigerian designer Gift Raji found out that her clothing and accessory designs had won Fashionomics Africa’s $3,000 prize for sustainable fashion, it wasn’t only the cash prize that had her excited. The founder and creative director of Lagos-based brand Lohije said she saw the win as an opportunity to bring Africa’s sustainable styles to the world., Fashionomics Africa is an initiative of the African Development Bank to increase Africa’s participation in the global textile and fashion industry value chains – with an emphasis on women and youth. To learn more about the Fashionomics Africa online competition, click here.
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