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Newsletter, Created By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) and Published By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) in English language
This is a magazine of our current efforts to accelerate, reinforce and ensure service delivery to our stakeholders, which are ultimately the African citizenry, is an important step to the Africa We Want. The road remains long but I am confident that together we can succeed.
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Newsletter, Created By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) and Published By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) in English language
This issue pays tribute to all these actors; it does not attempt to list all the participants, but to gently remind that the contribution of these women and men behind the scenes is essential to the development of our continent.
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Newsletter, Created By Office of the Legal Counsel (OLC) and Published By Office of the Legal Counsel (OLC) in English language
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Newsletter, Created By African Union Commission Department of Administration and Human Resources Management and Published By African Union Commission Department of Administration and Human Resources Management/ MIS in English language
Africa is the only region in the world where the youth population is increasingly growing over the years. According to the United Nations Africa’s youth population is expected to reach over 830 million by 2050. This situation is a major challenge for the continent. It could either be seen as an opportunity for the development of Africa or a major issue for its future over time. These numerous young people could either be trained to be a workforce to build the Africa We Want, or an additional burden on welfare spending….
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Newsletter, Created By African Union Commission Department of Administration and Human Resources Management and Published By African Union Commission Department of Administration and Human Resources Management in English language
In 2018, approximately 40% of the expenditures of the African Union Commission were handled by the Procurement, Travel and Store Division. From call for tenders for consultants in specific areas of expertise to the production of communication materials to promote the activities of various departments, through the purchase of medicines for the well-being of staff members and dependents, the Organization relies heavily on this Division for its operation. Therefore, the performance of the Commission also depends on the efficiency of this team. The faster goods and&...
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Newsletter, Created By African Union Commission Department of Administration and Human Resources Management and Published By African Union Commission Department of Administration and Human Resources Management in English; French language
As the continent’s leading development organization, the African Union needs to bring together people with the best knowledge and skills to drive Africa’s growth. In order to achieve this, as a first step, it should attract the different talents that exist at the Member State level. Once the qualified human resources have been recruited, the Institution should retain them so that they can embark on the journey to the Africa We Want. The Organization has undertaken numerous efforts to that effect. Beyond the infrastructure, the African Union ...
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Newsletter, Created By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) and Published By African Union Commission Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) in English language
Living in an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa is the desire of every citizen of the continent. A strategic framework, known as the Agenda 2063, was developed to present the way forward towards achieving this vision. To facilitate the implementation of this framework which covers 50 years, a First Ten-Year Implementation Plan (FTYIP) was set up. This document identifies priority areas, expected outcomes, assigns implementation, monitoring and evaluation responsibilities to all stakeholders, outlines strategies for resource mobilization, capacity-building and sustained citizen&#...
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Newsletter, Created By Defense and Security Division / PSD / AUC and Published By Defense and Security Division (DSD) of the Peace and Security Department (PSD) of the African Union Commission (AUC) published in Jun-2017 in English language
African Union Disarmament, Demobilization, Reintegration Newsletter, 8th edition....In February 2012, the African Union Commission, through the Peace and Security Department (PSD), initiated the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Capacity Program (DDRCP) by holding a Consultation Seminar on DDR with the Regional Economic Communities (RECs) and Regional Mechanisms for Conflict Prevention, Management and Resolution (RMs). The purpose of the DDRCP is to strengthen capacities within the AU, its Member States and regional partners, namely the RECs and RMs, to support national and ...
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Newsletter, Created By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) and Published By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) in English language
Dream of the Africa we want. Ensure the Africa we dream of comes to life... The women and men of the African Union live our pan-African dream, and strive to make it a reality and visible every day. The African Union is made up of around 2,000 people from 55 countries... 55 countries, no less!
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Newsletter, Created By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) and Published By Administration and Human Resources Management (AHRM) in English language
A growing young population promises opportunities. Regardless, it is increasingly becoming clear across Africa that unless political leadership offers young people something to live for, social stresses such as unemployment can make them easy prey to those who offer them something to die for.