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Africa can win the fight against poverty if it can keep its resources onshorePosted By Leonce Ndikumana 
The growth surge observed in Africa before the global financial crisis (about 6 percent real GDP growth rate during 2001-2008) and its resilience during the crisis (2.8 percent growth) continue to nurture optimism with regard to the continents future economic prospects. These developments feed hopes that ‘Yes, Africa can   win the war against poverty, hunger, and deprivation.
11.09.09 IPS: ECONOMY: "Africa Is Paying Most for a Crisis Not of its Making"Stanley Kwenda
KINSHASA, Sep 11 (IPS) - The global economic crisis has hit the African continent especially hard despite not being involved in its making, civil society organisations gathered in the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo heard at the fifth peoples summit of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) in the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).