Publications

Why we write
To spread our social entrepreneurship message and engage in and lead the global conversation surrounding women’s empowerment, the co-founders and stakeholders of Fondation-LAB regularly author, co-author and contribute to publications that spark ideas, inspire change and progress dialogues.

2019

Nisabwe, Florence.2019. Entraves au Développement des Pays au Sud du Sahara. Lap Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co.KG.

2018 - 1

Nisabwe, Florence.2018. Challenges in fostering Entrepreneurship in Burundi. Lap Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co.KG.

2018 - 2

Ndedi, Alain and Nisabwe, Florence.2018. La pratique de l’Intrapreneuriat. Lap Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co.KG.

2018 - 3

Ndedi, Alain and Nisabwe, Florence.2018. Methodology to country risk analysis. Lap Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co.KG.
SELECTED 2017 PUBLICATIONS
Nisabwe, Florence, (2017) Challenges Facing South African Tertiary Institutions on Scarce Skills Development and Knowledge Production. Available at:

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Ndedi, Alain and Djapou Fouthe, Chimene and Nisabwe, Florence, Linkages between the Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards and Economic Growth within CEMAC Countries (September 20, 2017). Available at SSRN:

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Ndedi, Alain and Nisabwe, Florence, Integration of Geographic Information System (GIS) into Monitoring and Evaluation of Sustainable Agricultural Projects in the Cemac Region (September 18, 2017). Available at SSRN:

3

Ndedi, Alain and Metha, Annita C and Nisabwe, Florence, The Impact of Health Expenditures on Economic Growth of Cameroon: A Literature Review Perspective (September 13, 2017). Available at SSRN:

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Ndedi, Alain and Metha, Annita C, Framework for Occupational Safety, Health and Employability Reintegration Initiatives for Disabled People within CEMAC Countries (September 12, 2017). Available at SSRN:

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Ndedi, Alain and Nisabwe, Florence, The Development of Foundations of Health Tourism in Cameroon (September 20, 2017). Available at SSRN:

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Ndedi, Alain and Nisabwe, Florence, (2017) Roadmap of Enabling Entrepreneurial Policies to Deal with Poverty in Burundi (September 7, 2017). Available at SSRN:
SELECTED ADDITIONAL PUBLICATIONS

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Nisabwe, F. 2018. Assessment of political instability on entrepreneurial posture in Burundi, Paper presented during the GW October program on entrepreneurship and economic development:
a winning combination at George Washington University, School of Business conference held in October 2018

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Nisabwe, F. 2017. Framework of entrepreneurship development at the bottom of the African pyramid. Paper presented during the GW October program New Frontiers in Entrepreneurship and definition of Work the at George Washington University, School of Business conference held in October 2017

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Nisabwe, F. 2017. Platform of enhancing women entrepreneurship in Burundi. Paper
presented during the GW October program New Frontiers in Entrepreneurship and
definition of Work the at George Washington University, School of Business conference
held in October 2017.
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Social Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development. Empowering Women to become Entrepreneurs, Uplift their Families, Transform their Communities and Contribute to the National Economy.

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What an incredible day it was at the conference. Here on stage we have #DrNisabweFlorence, Burundi’s #Minister of National Solidarity, Social Affairs, Human Rights and #Gender, Mme Imelde Sabushimike and the #DeputyViceChancellor of #BurundiUniversity. Thanks to our attentive audience for giving us their time and for making the conference a success.

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