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Poverty and Inequality

  Coverage of infrastructure services is lower in Africa than in other parts of the world and is skewed in favor of affluent households. Millions of poor households in Africa lack access to even the most basic infrastructure services, and universal access to modern services is 50 years away in most countries. AICD examined the extent to which African households can afford to pay for modern infrastructure services and whether African governments can afford to subsidize services for those who cannot afford them.



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