Stellah Kwasi is a Researcher with the African Futures and Innovation Programme at the Institute for Security Studies, Pretoria, South Africa. She carries out long-term forecasting across various development systems to leverage empirical research and analysis to inform policy planning in Africa. Before joining the ISS she was a research affiliate at the Fredrick S Pardee Centre of International Futures at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, Colorado where she got her Masters degree in International Development.
1 published article
The Sahel is one of the regions simultaneously facing the most numerous challenges. According to the recent “Desert Flower” scenario, the five countries of the region could reach an intermediate level of development by 2033 with adequate political leadership.