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Urban and youth unemployment remain high, exceeding 38% and 50%, respectively. Economic diversification remains elusive while oil production is declining and global decarbonization looms in the medium-term. Angola needs to urgently invest in removing barriers to private sector investment to achieve economic diversification to support growth, job creation, and poverty reduction. With abundant agricultural and arable land and favorable climatic conditions, agriculture is the sector with the highest potential to drive this diversification. Nonetheless, Angola will need to build climate resilience as its exposure to extreme climatic events is expected to increase water scarcity, increase temperatures, and extend dry seasons, hurting agricultural productivity. Angola - BBC News South Korea said this week that these moves offered a "glimpse of North Korea's and is shooting videos in both Angola and Nigeria. "The future is bright ... How to watch and stream NHL games Afghanistan, Aland Islands, Albania, Algeria, American Samoa, Andorra, Angola Korea (South), Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia ... 4% to 32. 8% in 2023, with a total of 11. 8 million Angolans living in poverty. While much remains to be done to achieve this transformation, reforms over the past years have improved macroeconomic management and public sector governance. Transforming the state-led and oil-funded economic model into a sustainable, inclusive, private-sector-led growth model requires high-level political commitment, strong coordination, and solid institutions. Development and social challengesHigh poverty is linked to a lack of good quality jobs: 80% of jobs are informal and half are in the primary sector (often subsistence work). Given the jobs challenge, high poverty, and a rapidly growing population, investing in human capital and poverty reduction is a top priority. The inadequate provision of health and education reduce the potential productivity of a child born in Angola to 36% of what it could be. Recent investments in education and health have been complemented with the roll-out of a social registry and the Kwenda cash transfer program in 2020, with nearly 750, 000 rural households receiving payments as of August 2023. Angolan Civil War The Angolan Civil War (Portuguese: Guerra Civil Angolana) was a civil war in Angola, beginning in 1975 and continuing, with interludes, until 2002.


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