What can Africa's low-income countries learn from Asia?
In the past few years, the economies of many of the world's least developed countries have weakened considerably. And many of these are in Africa.
So what is being done to improve the fortunes of these low-income countries? And are there lessons African countries can glean from Asia?
These are just a couple of the questions the BBC put to Gyan Chandra Acharya, the Under-Secretary-General for the Least Developed Countries at the United Nations.