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ACBF Occasional Paper No. 26

This document produced by the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) provides a conceptual and operational framing of imperatives and capacity issues required for delivering Agenda 2063. The nature of the assignment required a flexible system to be used for consultation, information and data gathering, and analysis. The findings in this report are derived from high-level interviews and discussions with key organizations, initial consultations with other key stakeholders and knowledgeable individuals, and analytical work. Research also included questionnaires and document reviews.

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ACBF Capacity Indicators Report 2014
AFRICAN UNION AGENDA 2063 Capacity Development Plan Framework Buttressing Implementation of the First 10-Year Plan—“The Africa We Want

Publisher: ACBF

This capacity development plan (CDP) document produced by the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) proposes multilevel and multistakeholder CDPs that identify an initial set of foundational capacity-strengthening activities for the First 10-Year Implementation Plan (first 10-year plan) of Agenda 2063.


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Building Capacity for Domestic Resource Mobilization: The Role of Development Partners.

Africa’s ability to deliver on the ambitious post-2015 Agenda (also called the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals) and the African Union Agenda 2063 largely depends on the availability of adequate financial resources. But the funding sources for development programs have been neither stable nor predictable, particularly after the global financial crisis in 2008. It has become clear that while donor financing remains important, overreliance on donor funding will not sustainably drive the success of the two continental agendas, hence the need to focus on other development finance options such as domestic resource mobilization.

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The Challenge of African Youth Unemployment.

This Occasional Paper submits that Africa’s youth unemployment requires long-term, deliberate, well-targeted, and coordinated interventions. Addressing it requires integrated, comprehensive, and long-term approaches to rural development that provide an enabling legal framework, stem rural-urban migration, and ensure that educational systems provide marketable skills .

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The Role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Africa’s Sustainable and Inclusive Development: Understanding the Capacity Challenges.

This ACBF’s 9th development memoir features Right Honorable Saulos Klaus Chilima (PhD), vice president of the Republic of Malawi. In this series, he shares his memoirs, insights, and experience on The role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Africa’s sustainable and inclusive development: Understanding the capacity challenges


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