This synthesis paper offers a broad framing of the kinds of historical and contemporary issues, which would be useful to consider in fleshing out the proposed African Agenda 2063. In doing so, it re-interprets the African historical experience and some of the key moments in the quest for the pan-African ideal. It does so to underscore the point that the core pillar and contribution of Agenda 2063 must be to help translate centuries of efforts to regain freedom, and to rebuild the self-reliance and dignity of Africans into an agenda for individual and collective renaissance.
- 19 January 2015
- 21 November 2014
- Country Context
- Development Cooperation and Partnership Framework
- Progress in Effective Development Cooperation
- The GP and its Contribution to Development E. Agenda at Sudan
With the secession of the South Sudan in 2011
- three-quarters of its oil production,
- half of its fiscal revenues,
- two-thirds of its international payment capacity.
This shock resulted in :-
- 21 November 2014
This presentation addresses:
- Accelerating country-level implementation by tailoring effectiveness principles to different contexts
- Enhancing mutual learning
- Strengthening accountability for results
- Anchoring effective development co-operation in the post-2015 global development agenda
Brings together all development stakeholders on equal terms
- 20 November 2014
Indicateur clinique 1 : la coopération pour le développement est focalisée sur les résultats de développement selon les priorités de développement.
Présentation de l’indicateur
L’indicateur est nouveau et vise à mesurer l’alignement des partenaires au développement sur les cadres de résultats nationaux (objectifs et cibles provenant des stratégies nationales puis utilisation des statistiques nationales).
- 20 November 2014
- Ce indicateur provient de l’engagement de Busan.
- En 2012 un indicateur pour la société civile.
- Présentation de l’évolution de l’indicateur de développement à ce jour
- Un test pilote doit être enraciné au niveau national
- Une évaluation préliminaire au niveau ntl pour la SC (questionnaire)
- S’accorder sur le questionnaire
- Identifier les synergies probables sur le travail en cours
- Des initiatives communautaires pour un environnement favorable
- Renforcement des capacités des acteurs de la SC
- 03 April 2014
The Africa Action Plan on Development Effectiveness with key priorities for development cooperation is inspired by the vision of the African Union of “an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens and representing a dynamic force in the global arena”.
- 24 March 2014
- The African Action Plan is based on the continent’s development priorities as expressed by the African Union Agenda 2063, the Constitutive Act of the African Union and NEPAD, the 2011 African Consensus and Position on Development Effectiveness, and regional and continental consultations held in preparation for First High-Level Meeting in Mexico of the Global Partnership of Effective Development Cooperation.
- 30 January 2014
Since the advent of independence for most African countries, the African continent has struggled with a seemingly endless array of development challenges, from civil war and political instability to epidemic disease, chronic food insecurity and pervasive poverty. However in recent years, Africa has experienced an economic resurgence. The emerging economies, particularly Brazil, India, South Africa and China, have recognised Africa’s potential as an investment destination and a source of natural resources.
- 01 August 2011
The East African Community Development Strategy for the period 2011/12-2015/16 outlines broad strategic goals of the East African Community as well as the specific targets to be achieved during the period.
This Strategy, the fourth one since the establishment of the East African Community, comes in the wake of successful conclusion of the 3rd Development Strategy and the onset of the EAC Common Market. Lessons and experiences emanating from the implementation of the previous Development Strategy have provided important inputs in the formulation of the fourth Development Strategy.
- 25 March 2013
You are invited to join us in a BRICS public policy dialogue
Date: Monday, 25 March 2013 from 10h00 to 13h00
Venue: Elangeni Hotel, 63 Snell Parade, Durban, South Africa
The NEPAD Agency and Oxfam under the auspices of the Africa Platform for Development Effectiveness (APDev) will host a Public policy dialogue ahead of the BRICS Summit which will take place on the 25th of March 2013 in Durban South Africa.
The objectives of the Public Policy Dialogue: