Agenda 2063

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Agenda 2063

In 2015, African leaders adopted Agenda 2063 as the continent’s new long-term vision for the next 50 years. Led by African Union Commission (AUC) Chairperson Dr NkosazanaDlamini-Zuma, Agenda 2063 aims to optimise the use of Africa’s resources for the benefit of the continent’s people. The NEPAD Agency, the implementing agency of the African Union, has been tasked with fast-tracking the implementation and monitoring of major continental development programmes and frameworks, including Agenda 2063 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Work has already commenced by the African Union Commission and NEPAD Agency to domesticate the first 10 year Implementation plan into national and regional plans to ensure effective and aligned implementation at national, regional and continental levels. Furthermore, work has progressed in developing indicator-frameworks to track Agenda 2063, and by extension the SDGs, through the development of African Development Goals. Specifically, efforts are underway to establish near to real-time tracking and periodic evaluation mechanisms, with...

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...

This plan, the first in a series of five ten year plans over the fifty year horizon was adopted by the Summit in June 2015 as a basis for the preparation of medium term development plans of member states of the Union, the Regional Economic Communities and the AU Organs.

"A global strategy to optimize use of Africa's resources for the benefits of all Africans" - Aiming to encourage discussion among all stakeholders, “Agenda 2063” is an approach to how the continent should effectively learn from the lessons of the past, build on the progress now underway and...

  • 23 Sep 2016

    The core purpose of the side event is to expose practical opportunities in the NEPAD Agriculture Climate Change and the Climate Change Fund Programmes and initiatives to organise and provide coherent implementation support to national and regional level efforts to scale-up CSA and Climate change...

  • 10 Jul 2016 to 18 Jul 2016

    The 27th African Union Summit is scheduled to take place from 10-18 July 2016, in Kigali, Rwanda.

    The theme of the Summit is: “2016: African Year of Human Rights with particular focus on the Rights of Women”

    Specific dates for the meetings of the different AU...

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