Trucks carrying sacks of cashew parked on the sides of the road in Guinea-Bissau. Photo by: jbdodane / CC BY-NC

 

Following the 2012 coup d’état that drove Guinea-Bissau into political and economic turmoil, many of its development partners suspended their operations in the country.

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Aimee Rae Ocampo

In her role as editor for business insight, Aimee creates and manages multimedia content and cutting-edge analysis for executives in international development. As the manager of Development Insider, Devex's flagship publication for executive members, she is constantly on the lookout for the latest news, trends and policies that influence the business of development.


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