Africa has become ‘less safe, secure and democratic’ in past decade, report finds
Progress in key areas has stalled because of Covid, conflict and the climate crisis, but peaceful nations are performing better
Africa is less safe, secure and democratic than a decade ago, with insecurity holding back progress in health, education and economic opportunities, according to an assessment of the continent.
- Kaamil Ahmed
- The Guardian
The Ibrahim index of African governance, which examines how well governments have delivered on policies and services, including security, health, education, rights and democratic participation, said Covid had contributed to the stalling of progress over the past three years.
Mo Ibrahim, a…