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Relatorio Anual Emergencia 1986 A

Commissao Inter-Ministerial de Coordencao das Ajudas de Emergencia
Wednesday, 31 December, 1986

Republica Popular Angola Commissao Inter-Ministerial de Coordencao das Ajudas De Emergencia Relatorio Anul - Referente as periodo de Maio a Dezembro 1986.

Swedish Emergency Assistance to Angola

Swedish Embassy Development Corporation Office Luanda
Friday, 5 December, 1986

The Government of Sweden started already in 1971 to give humanitarian support to the liberation movement MPLA, consisting mainly of food, medicines and vehicles.

Relatorio Anual Emergencia 1986 B

Direccao Nacional de Medicamentos
Friday, 6 June, 1986

List de Doacoes por pais atraves de UNICEF.

Angola Housing and Human settlements

Thursday, 1 May, 1986

Urban development and regional planning reflect the oftdebated new approaches to "agrarisation of urban fringes" which is meant to generate urban and provincial self-sufficiency in food and to reduce urban parasitism and regional disparities. This new prioryty - despite some inevitable shortcomings and failures - will in the long run lead to improvede living condition in Angola.

Programa de Assistencia

Gabinete Tecnico da Secretaria de Estado Do Assunto Sociais
Thursday, 1 January, 1981

Programa de Assistencia as Populacoes deslocadas e affectadas na Republica Popular de Angola..

UNDP & Angolan Government First Country Agreement, 1977

United Nations Development Programme & Angolan Government
Friday, 18 February, 1977

Agreement between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of the People's Republic of Angola concerning assistance by UNDP to the Government, signed on 18 February 1977.

Monograph - Análise dos Dados históricos da precipitação para Angola- CETAC 16 Junho 2014

This is a list of all project-related documents to be considered as research outputs. They should all be filed into theirrespective project file electronically, or if we have only a hard copy, sent for filing into the paper file. Some of them, whichhave academic or research value, will also be captured for IDRC Digital Library.

Encontro sobre a economia de Angola - Mario Nelson Maximino

A po 1ítica cambial tem, para muitas pessoas, um interesse mais do qu~ acadêmico. Afinal, a taxa de câmbio um preço chave em qualquer economia - afecta os custos dos produtos importados e a lucratividade das indústrias de exportação, influenciando a taxa de inflação, a produção e o emprego. 1n "Poli ticas cambiais e o Ft1I" - artigo da autoria de David Burton e Martin G.Gilman publicado na revista Economia & Finanças, Setembro de 1991.

Angola GB 2016 WEB

Angola’s economy grew by 3.8% in 2015, and GDP growth will remain subdued, at
3.3% in 2016 and 3.5% in 2017, due to lower crude oil prices. Policies to accelerate economic diversification and strengthen human development and equitable growth are needed to reduce vulnerability to external shocks. Investment in economic and social infrastructure is needed to enhance the sustainability of the country’s urbanisation process.

Aesthetic Dissent: Urban Redevelopment and Political Belonging in Luanda, Angola

Over the previous decade, African cities experienced a wave of frenzied construction driven by imaginations of world-city status. While these projects provoked new discussions about African urbanism, the literature on them has focused more on the paperwork of planning than actual urban experiences. This article addresses this lacuna by investigating residents' reactions to the post-conflict building boom in Luanda, Angola. I show that Luandans' held highly ambivalent orientations towards the emerging city. Their views were shaped by suspicions about pacts between Angolan elites and international capital that recapitulated longstanding tensions over national belonging. These concerns were voiced via discussions of the very aesthetics of the new city. Buildings became catalysts for expressions of dissent that put into question the very project of state-driven worlding. The paper therefore argues that the politics of aesthetics are central to grasping the contested understandings of urbanism currently emerging in various African cities.

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