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Project Indicators for January 2017.pdf.jpgProject Indicators for January 2017
Book chapter, Created By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) and Published By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) in English language
Strengthening the African union’s capacity to facilitate change and economic development result through enhanced institutional efficiency...
inkage_with_the_sdg_french.pdf.jpgAGENDA 2063 LINKAGES WITH THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Book chapter, Created By African Union Commission Department of Strategic Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation & Resource Mobilization and Published By Strategic Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation & Resource Mobilization in English language
The publication clarify the two agendas are mutually supportive and coherent...
vision_english.pdf.jpgAGENDA 2063: THE VISION FOR 2063
Book chapter, Created By African Union Commission Department of Strategic Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation & Resource Mobilization and Published By Strategic Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation & Resource Mobilization in English language
The African Union Vision and the seven aspirations emanate from extensive consultations from stake- holders, cutting across all spheres of the Africa people. With these aspirations, the African people reflect their desire for shared prosperity and well-being, for unity and integration, for a continent of free citizens and expanded horizons, where the full potential of women and youth, boys and girls are realized, and with freedom from fear, disease and want.
History en.pdf.jpgKNOWING THE AFRICAN UNION - THE AFRICAN UNION IN A NUTSHELL
Book chapter, Created By African Union Commission Department of Information and Communication in English; French language
Walk the Talk Special Edition Issue 1.pdf.jpgWalk the Talk : Gender Equality in the African Union
Book chapter, Created By African Union Commission Department of Gender and Women Development and Published By African Union Commission Department of Gender and Women Development; United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) in English language
Financing_agenda_10_year_palan.pdf.jpgFINANCING AGENDA 2063 FIRST 10-YEAR PLAN : AGENDA 2063 FINANCING, DOMESTIC RESOURCE MOBILIZATION AND PARTNERSHIP STRATEGY
Book chapter, Created By African Union Commission Department of Strategic Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation & Resource Mobilization and Published By African Union Commission Department of Strategic Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation & Resource Mobilization in English language
Agenda 2063 Financing and Resource Mobilization Strategy (RMS) outlines the key areas where resources will be required, the potential sources to finance each of these needs, processes for operationalization for matching demand and supply for funds at the national and regional/continental levels and institutional arrangements for making it happen. The focus of this chapter is the first ten years within the context of the RMS..
Project Indicators for June 2017.pdf.jpgProject Indicators for June 2017
Book chapter, Created By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) and Published By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) in English language
Strengthening the African union’s capacity to facilitate change and economic development result through enhanced institutional efficiency...
au-3-en-2013-en-creation-a-operation.pdf.jpgCreation and Operation of Boundary Commissions in Africa: The User’s Guide
Book chapter, Created By African Union Commission Department of Peace and Security Department (PSD) and Published By African Union Border Programme (AUBP), Peace and Security Department in English language
Every boundary across Africa – indeed across the world – is unique, with its own distinct history, definition, and human and physical geographical contexts. The aim of this handbook is not to proscribe strict regulations for how boundary commissions should be created and should work, as this will depend on the individual contexts. Instead, by gathering information and advice from boundary commissioners across Africa, the handbook aims to provide other African governments and institutions with inspiration and some helpful guidance based on existing practice. This ...