Report of the fourth conference of African ministers of social affairs
The Fourth Conference of African Ministers of Social Affairs was held at Africa Hall, Addis Ababa, from 25 to 26 March 1985. It was organized and convened by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the ...
Changing socio-economic conditions of women in Africa in the context of the Nairobi forward looking strategies
Since the Nairobi Conference (July 1935) and the adoption of the Nairobi Forward-Looking Strategies by the United Nations General Assembly, the world and the African region in Particular has witnessed an unprecedented ...
The crisis and rehabilitation and reconstruction of infrastructural facilities
The nature of the current African economic crisis and its various elements have been fully described in other papers The analysis has among other things revealed a serious debt problem and the inability of most African ...
The crisis of unemployment and human resources management
This paper will review the reasons for this poor record in human resources management and utilization, give a prognosis of the employment and human resources situation in the, years ahead, and propose 0- course of action ...
Africa's external debt and its impact on the current economic crisis: note by the executive secretary
The purpose of this Note is to bring to the attention of the Conference the activities which have so far been undertaken in the implementation of the resolution referred to above and to authorize that the recommendations ...
Progress in the areas of employment generation, productivity enhancement and co-operation in the use of high-level manpower
This paper focused on a progress in the areas of employment generation, productivity enhancement and co-operation in the use of high-level manpower.
Changing socio-economic conditions of women in African in the context of the Nairobi forward-looking strategies for the advancement of women
The paper deals the Nairobi Forward-Looking Strategies, adopted in 1985, made concrete recommendations as to which policy and programme measures are needed to promote women's self-reliance and full integration in the ...