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Icon Group International, Inc.
Philip M Parker
May 1, 2006

Analysis of the degree to which firms operating in Equatorial Guinea have fundamentally different financial structures and performance compared to firms located elsewhere

International Labour Office, UNESCO
November 3, 2006

This report summarizes the analysis of major issues affecting the current status of teaching personnel worldwide at all levels of education by the Joint ILO/UNESCO Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendations concerning Teaching Personnel (CEART), referred to in this report as the Joint Committee or CEART. Major findings and recommendations on substantive issues are excerpted from the full report.

Fundación Paz y Solidaridad Serafín Aliaga de Comisiones Obreras
Alicia Campos Serrano and Plácido Micó Abogo
January 1, 2006

This study analyzes workers’ conditions and rights in Equatorial Guinea. The beginning of this study shows a synthetic description of current working conditions and workers’ rights in the country based on different human rights reports. The second part covers the intense labor history of what is known today as Equatorial Guinea from the 19th century to present. The third part analyzes labor relations existing today within the country’s present political and economic context as it would be impossible to understand them otherwise. And lastly, the fourth part observes workers’ organizational initiatives, the difficulties they encounter and existing future prospects for a trade union movement in Equatorial Guinea.

World Health Organization
April 5, 2006

The Country Health Profile provides an overview of the situation and trends of priority health problems and the health systems profile, including a description of institutional frameworks, trends in the national response, key issues and challenges. Its purpose is to promote evidence-based health policymaking through a comprehensive and rigorous analysis of the dynamics of health situations and health systems in the country.

United Nations Development Programme
August 23, 2006

Esta nota es hecha en respuesta para la resolución 3-/123 de la Asamblea General en materia de asistencia a Guinea Ecuatorial. El Administrador pide al Comité decidir entre el ciclo restante, si se le deben de extender los beneficios a Guinea Ecuatorial como aquellos beneficios para países menos desarrollados o si se debe de limitar la prestación del tercer ciclo de la IPF y se debe de autorizar si el programa de actividades de desarrollo urgente así lo requiere. The present note contains information on the first two-year extension of the second country programme for Sudan and, the first one-year extensions of first country programmes for Colombia, Equatorial Guinea and Suriname, the regional programme for Africa, and the regional programme for Asia and the Pacific. The Governments of Sudan and Equatorial Guinea requested the two-year and one-year extensions to their respective country programmes.

US Government Accountability Office
July 2, 2006

This report reviews U.S. international antitrafficking efforts by examining (1) estimates of the extent of global trafficking, (2) the U.S.government’s strategy for combating the problem abroad, and (3) the Department of State’s process for evaluating foreign governments’ antitrafficking efforts.

Philip M Parker
December 11, 2006

The purpose of this study is to understand the density of demand within Equatorial Guinea and the extent to which Luba might be used as a point of distribution within Africa. From an economic perspective, however, Luba does not represent a population within rigid geographical boundaries, rather, it represents an area of dominant influence over markets in adjacent areas. This influence varies from one industry to another, but also from one period of time to another. In what follows, I summarize the economic potential for Luba over the next five years for hundreds of industries, categories and products. The goal of this report is to report the real economic potential, or what an economist calls the latent demand, represented by Luba when defined as an area of dominant influence.

Guerra-Neira A, Rubio JM, Royo JR, Ortega JC, Auñón AS, Diaz PB, and Llanes AB
June 19, 2006

In this paper we analyse the Plasmodium sp. prevalence in three villages with different isolation status on the island of Bioko (Equatorial Guinea) where malaria is a hyper-endemic disease. We also describe the genetic diversity of P. falciparum, using several plasmodia proteins as markers which show a high degree of polymorphism (MSP-1 and MSP-2). The results obtained from three different populations
are compared in order to establish the impact of human movements and interventions.

International Monetary Fund
June 23, 2006

Economic and social development indicators and discussions published annually by the IMF.

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