VOA Our Voices 331: African Economies and COVID-19: Recession or Recovery?
Although most African nations have been spared the levels of death and infection caused by the coronavirus in other parts of the globe; lockdowns, travel restrictions, and trade slowdown have thrown sub-Saharan Africa into a recession. On this week’s Our Voices, we take a look at the economic impact of the pandemic for African nations and the uphill battle policymakers have in improving the livelihoods of their people during these challenging times. We'll also examine other factors that have influence on their bottom-line and question if the continent is sliding into a recession or heading to recovery.
December 03, 2021
VOA Our Voices 400: Influencers or Under the Influence?
November 26, 2021
VOA Our Voices 344: Feast or Famine? Food Insecurity in Africa
November 12, 2021
VOA Our Voices 343: COP26 Climate Summit
November 05, 2021
VOA Our Voices 342: Elected in America
October 29, 2021
VOA Our Voices 341: Breast Cancer: Disparity by Ethnicity
October 22, 2021
VOA Our Voices 340: Phenomenal Women Changing Narratives