...but they are still held back by war and violence
Studies dealing with displacement have shown that music is among the vehicles the displaced adopt to communicate their grievances.
Around 40% of the country’s population has access to electricity.
The overarching worry is that the crisis could spread further across West Africa.
In the past when most Ghanaians lived in rural areas, most would typically consult an elder.
The reality is a far more complex interplay of individual attributes with social structures which unfairly affect some more than others.
If Washington wants to be on the right side of history, it must open the way for Sudan to receive economic support.