Representatives of African governments, international organisations and development partners met last week for the 44th Meeting of the NEPAD Steering Committee in the Ethiopian Capital Addis Ababa, ahead of the African Union Summit on July 15.
40th SC session will discuss progress on the transition of the NEPAD Agency, with specific reference to the Agency’s strategic direction and the adoption of AU rules, regulations and practices for HR/Finance.
The Liechtenstein Foundation for State Governance and the NEPAD Agency, signed today a comprehensive cooperation agreement for a significant Africa-wide capacity development and reform initiative over the next six years.
Experts representing finance, planning and economic development ministries in African countries started their deliberations in Lilongwe on how to achieve a high quality growth, through employment-focused development policies.
Zuma who meet his counterpart, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, recommitted that the New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad) is going to receive renewed attention. This follows concerns that the African Union has not prioritized Nepad.