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Describes the accounting profession, and the education and training of accountants and accounting technicians in Anglophone SSA. Reviews professional accounting examinations and degrees, education, practical training and continuing professional education. Highlights weaknesses and recommends measures to strengthen these areas. CSR in Francophone Africa: Proceedings of a Workshop, Abidjan, January 2326, 1996 ed. L. Adamolekun, G. de Lusignan and A. Atomate, WBTP#357, 1997. Draws broadly on best practices derived from both Anglophone and Francophone Africa, and from experiences in the industrial and developing countries.
Population, Health and Nutrition Fertility Decline in Africa: Assessment and Prospects by Etienne van de Walle and Andrew D. Foster, WBTP#125, 1990. Focuses on the prospects for fertility decline in SSA as assessed for the period since 1985. Builds on previous World Bank-supported research, looks at fresh survey evidence on the course of fertility, and provides an updated review of the literature. Discusses the need for new methodological advances and for testing existing hypotheses. Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Onchocerciasis Control Program (OCP) by Aehyung Kim and Bruce Benton, WBTP#282, 1995.
WBDiscPap#175, 1992. Presents the results of a study on pastoral institution building and resource management in the West African Sahel. Formation and operation of such pastoral associations must still be regarded as a pilot development activity. However, to completely address all issues affecting pastoral institutions, involvement in pastoral development must remain a long-term commitment. Gestion des Ressources et Renforcement des Institutions Pastorales dans la Région Sahélienne de I'Afrique de l'Ouest par Nadarajah Shanmugharatnain, Trond Vedeld, Anne Mossige et Mette Bovin, WBDiscPap#175F, 1993.