Development of human, social attributes vital in LDCs` growth`

It has been said that the Least Developed Countries’ (LDCs), including Tanzania, productive capacity is limited and have severe infrastructure deficit and therefore have to struggle by improving human and social development in order to achieve sustainable economic development.   […]

In Caribbean, Climate-Smart Agriculture Bolsters Farm Production

  ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – A new initiative is catching on in the Caribbean that aims to increase and sustain agricultural productivity by incorporating information about weather and climate into the farming process, all under the umbrella of climate-smart agriculture. […]

TIKA to reach least developed countries

Turkey aims to reach out and extend aid to all 48 “Least Developed Countries” (LDCs) in the world, the head of the country’s aid agency said yesterday. “We have reached out to 30 of the 48 least developed countries in […]

South Sudan Joins LDC Category

As of December 18, 2012 South Sudan has officially entered the group of countries categorised by the United Nations as least developed. At it sixty-seventh session on Monday, the General Assembly adopted the resolution noting that the Republic of South […]

LDC report highlights remittances, ”brain drain”

The Least Developed Countries Report 2012 focuses on how the world’s poorest countries can benefit further from the billions of dollars their ex-patriots send home from jobs overseas – and on how to counteract “brain drain.” The report, published today, […]