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TitleSKILLED PEOPLE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS TRANSFORMING AFRICA: The ACBF STRATEGY FOR 2017 - 2021
AuthorACBF
SubjectACBF STRATEGY 2017 - 2021
Date of Publication2017
PublisherACBF
Number of Pages55 pages
LanguageEnglish
Geographical CoverageAfrica
KeywordsCAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, Enabling effective delivery of continental development priorities, Supporting countries to achieve tangiable development results, Enhancing private sector and civil society contributions to sustainable development, Leveraging knowledge and learning to increase development effectiveness, Capacity Development Advisory Services , Capacity Development Innovation, Investment/grants fund management, Knowledge Servicves, ACBF Strategy
AbstractACBF’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 major problems facing the continent. Among these problems are climate change, youth unemployment, migration, gender inequality, infrastructure deficits, domestic resource mobilization, and regional integration. Addressing them will require massive investments in capacity development. Capacity development in its various dimension—human, institutional, and soft (leadership, political will, and upholding panAfrican values)—is vital and inevitable for realizing the aspirations of Agenda 2063. And countries need to come up with well-articulated capacity development programs aligned to their national development plans for the effective implementation of programs and policies at global, continental, and national level.This Strategy will be implemented through four mutually supportive strategic pillars: enabling effective delivery of continental development priorities, supporting countries to achieve tangible development results, enhancing private sector and civil society contributions to sustainable development, and leveraging knowledge and learning to increase development effectiveness. These pillars will be aligned to four core programmatic areas. The Foundation’s resources will be focused on selective capacity development priorities that are critical to supporting the overall continental development agenda rather than spreading them too thinly on myriad intervention areas
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