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THE STATE OF EAST AFRICA REPORT SERIES

Reports

2013 Report

One People, One Destiny?: The Future of Inequalities in East Africa

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The State of East Africa Report 2013 goes further than merely describing East Africa from a statistical perspective. The Future of Inequality in East Africa, interrogates a fundamental question of great relevance to the process of regional integration, namely, to what extent are the fundamental objectives of the Treaty for the Establishment of the East African Community of promoting ‘balanced and harmonious growth’, ‘equitable distribution of benefits’ and ‘people-centered’ integration, being achieved.

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SPEECH BY THE RT. HON. MARGARET NANTONGO ZZIWA

SPEAKER OF EALA ON THE OCASSION OF THE LAUNCH OF THE STATE OF E.AFRICA REPORT

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“On behalf of EALA and on my own behalf, I thank and congratulate the .Society for International Development (SID) for this special invite at the launch of its flagship report: the State of East Africa Report 2013.
The timing is perfect since EALA is currently sitting in Nairobi for its 3rd. Meeting of the 2nd us at this time is therefore collegial and heart-warming.
Session. The fact that you have deemed it fit to engage.”

2012 Report

Deepening Integration, Intensifying Challenges

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Deepening Integration, Intensifying Challenge is the latest and fourth in the SoEAR series produced in partnership with Trademark East Africa- compiles and analyses data across key economic, social and political indicators from the five members states of the East African Community (Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda), which update and improve the first State of East Africa Report 2006.

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SPEECH BY AMB. DR. RICHARD SEZIBERA EAC SEC. GEN. AT LAUNCH OF SoEAR2012.

Speech by AMB. DR. Richard Sezibera EAC SEC. GEN.

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“The past six years, have seen the EAC Secretariat and the Society for International Development (SID) work together. Our two institutions have established a strong partnership in promoting effective dialogue revolving around regional integration and its consequences for the citizens of East Africa. Reports so far published over the previous years have gone along way in enhancing the quality of the discussions about regional integration and have helped to widen the participation in that conversation. In the same context the reports have successfully served as a contribution towards making the East African Community (EAC) truly people-centered. Over the years SID has become an important voice in providing economic, political and social analysis on the challenges and opportunities that regional integration presents for all of us. I must acknowledge that The State of East Africa 2012 is just one of many informative and critical publications provided by SID that interrogates many of the questions that regular East Africans ask themselves each day regarding the benefits of regional integration.”

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2008 Report

Nature Under Pressure

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 Nature under Pressure presents a snapshot look at the status of the region’s water, food production and energy resources, considered as the three most important elements in the region’s natural system which sustain and enhance the quality of human life.

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2007 Report

Searching For The Soul Of East Africa

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 Searching for the Soul of east Africa takes a look beneath the statistics and presents seven essays which reflect on a simple question: Who are we and what shapes us? The essays are contributed by authors from Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania and are completed with eighteen cartoon images, offering a pictorial description of the region, which is irreverent and profound at the same time.

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2006 Report

Trends, Tensions and Contradictions

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Trends, Tensions and Contradictions presents a compilation and analyses of a broad range of statistical indicators of the region. Facts and figures in this report highlight where our attentions need to be focused in order to understand: drivers of poverty and inequality and pick up opportunities for a more prosperous and socially inclusive East African integration process.

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