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ACBF Capacity Report 2015

Africa’s evolving capacity development landscape. Despite good progress since the turn of the century, capacity deficits remain a major challenge facing African countries in their quest for sustainable development. Those deficits continue to prevent them from implementing their development strategies and policies and from achieving their desired development outcomes. According to the Africa Capacity Report 2015, produced by the ACBF, weak capacity in its various dimensions is still a problem of the continent. Indeed, ACBF’s consultations with a broad cross-section of African governments, private sector, civil society, and development partners show that capacity constraints are most visible in addressing the continent’s major problems.


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AFRICA CAPACITY REPORTS

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THE AFRICA CAPACITY REPORT ACR 2015 Capacity Imperatives for Domestic Resource Mobilization in Africa

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Mobilizing and efficiently utilizing domestic resources is crucial for Africa to implement the post-2015 development agenda and African Union (AU) Agenda 2063 – This is one of the key messages contained in the 2015 edition of the Africa Capacity Report.

 

 

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3rd PAN-AFRICAN CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT FORUM PUBLICATIONS

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Achievements and impacts: ACBF's Capacity Building Interventions in Africa (1991 -2016)

 

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25th ANNIVERSARY OF THE AFRICAN CAPACITY BUILDING FOUNDATION: COMMUNIQUÉ.

 

 

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3rd PAN-AFRICAN CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT FORUM NEWSLETTERS

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3rd Pan-African Capacity Development Forum: Newsletter Day One
 

“Therefore capacity deficiencies remain a binding constraint to Africa’s economic and social transformation,” Prof Nnadozie argued in his welcoming remarks at the Third Pan-African Capacity Development Forum, under the theme: “Developing capacity for Africa’s economic and social transformation”.

 

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25th ANNIVERSARY OF THE AFRICAN CAPACITY BUILDING FOUNDATION: SPEECHES

Speech by the Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Hon. Phelekezela Mphoko at the Occasion of the Official Opening of 25th Anniversary of the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF)

The Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe indicated that Zimbabwe, gladly volunteered to support and host the headquarters of the ACBF, because they certain and very confident about the work that ACBF would be doing for the continent. He was therefore not disappointed about the performance of this noble African organization which has ably delivered capacity building initiatives and solutions in almost every African country.

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