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Major organizations in Africa reflect on ‘Agenda 2063’

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AfDBThe African Development Bank (AfDB), the African Union Commission (AUC), the Economic Commission for Africa and the NEPAD Secretariat have discussed the African Union’s ‘Agenda 2063’ in Tunis.

This is in an attempt to ensure that Africa’s future is driven by policies and programmes created mainly by African institutions and it sets out to establish a credible platform on which Africa can build its future development.

A press release issued on June 28,2013, said, when completed, ‘Agenda 2063’ will take full account of the policy difficulties and pitfalls of the past, including civil strife and poor governance and propose strategies to overcome them.

It will also include consultations with stakeholders, namely governments, the private sector, women, youth, various think tanks and civil society groups throughout Africa, it adds.

By Dorcas Appiah

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