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Don't overlook Africa's 'fragile' states for social businesses, urge industry experts
by Nita Bhalla
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
26 February 2019
On 26 February 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
'Fragile states' can still be win-win destinations for those seeking to run profitable businesses that also improve the lives of the needy. The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) lists 58 countries as 'fragile states' -- most of which are in Africa -- based on indicators such as insecurity, social inequality, weak governance, and high population vulnerability. But social entrepreneurs and investors said these countries can still be win-win destinations for those seeking to run profitable businesses that also improve the lives of the needy.
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