Campaign: Africa's Middle-Income Countries
Client: The World Bank
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In 2007, the World Bank launched a campaign to focus on the successes of Africa's middle-income countries (MICs). In the World Banks definition, a country becomes a MIC when its gross domestic product (GDP) reaches US$1,000.
The campaign focused on four Southern African countries -- Botswana, Mauritius, Namibia and South Africa -- that are leading the way through political stability and steady economic growth.
Although they face many of the same challenges as their neighbors to the north, these diverse middle-income countries hold lessons for the Continent as a whole. The goal of the campaign was to highlight these lessons and create greater awareness of the opportunities they offered.