By E. Lundsgaarde
Combining experiences of demography, weather switch, expertise and innovation, political improvement, new actors in foreign improvement, and worldwide governance frameworks, this booklet highlights the main underlying determinants of swap within the African context and key uncertainties in regards to the continent's destiny improvement customers.
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An important prerequisite for the discussion of possible futures is to provide an account of the common starting point for alternative development trajectories. Chapter 3 sets the stage for the exploration of Africa’s future by offering a descriptive overview of contemporary development trends in Africa. The chapter highlights many different elements of the development landscape including key features of the economic, political and environmental contexts. In this treatment, indicators suggesting both the potential for positive change and the persistence of significant development challenges are presented, underscoring that alternative storylines on African development exist when the time horizon is restricted in the present day.
The drivers of change concept can also be found outside of the field of future studies. The United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) has notably advanced the application of a ‘drivers of change’ framework in recent years to provide background analysis for country-level aid programming. In DFID’s case, there is special attention to understanding how agents, institutions, and structural variables such as geography and demography can influence prospects for transformation within recipient countries (DFID 2004).
Africa Toward 2030: Challenges for Development Policy by E. Lundsgaarde