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APRM and ACBF discuss areas of cooperation


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APRM CEO Prof. @eddymaloka congratulates the APRM team under the coordination of Ms. @TawfikHamouda for putting up a successful three-days Africa High-Level forum of #SouthSouth and Triangular Cooperation in Kampala, Uganda.

Kudos to everyone involved 🙌🏾 @NPA_UG , @GovUganda

Congratulations @APRMorg for organizing this successful international Event in the Pearl of Africa, Thank you for your great efforts in promoting partnerships and coordination between countries of the global south in line with #SustainableDevelopment and Agenda 2063. 🌍📍UGANDA🇺🇬


On the occasion of the 2nd Africa High-Level forum, CEO Prof. @eddymaloka was honored with an appreciation award for his leadership and commitment in making the APRM mandate on promoting good governance a success on the continent.

Congratulations Professor Maloka. 🙌🏾

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APRM and ACBF discuss areas of cooperation


Today, the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) hosted a delegation from the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) at their offices in Midrand with the aim of exploring concrete areas of collaboration between the two institutions.

Dr Rachel Mukamunana, Policy Advisor and Coordinator of the African Peer Review Process, highlighted the many commonalities between the two organisations in strengthening capacity building and peer learning on the continent.

Dr Mukamunana emphasised on APRM’s role as a coordinator of governance issues amongst APRM member states and other African stakeholders including the private sector, Civil Society Organisations and other non-state actors. She highlighted possible areas of cooperation through capacity building interventions at country level and supporting member states to fully engage with the APRM. “APRM has proven its relevance to Africa and with support from ACBF, the increased awareness of our work will be beneficial to member states participating in the review process and to the whole continent,” she said.

The joint team of APRM and the NEPAD Agency briefed the ACBF team on APRM’s mandate to foster the adoption of policies, standards and practices that lead to political stability, high economic growth, sustainable development and accelerated sub-regional and continental integration. APRM is a unique accountability method for African countries to review each other’s governance and hold each other to account by sharing experiences and identifying deficiencies and assessing the needs for capacity building.

Leading the ACBF team, Mr Roger Atindehou, ACBF Interim Director, said that there are many areas of intervention that APRM can tap into. These include more support on capacity development, think tank augmentation, support in the review and implementation of country reviews.

Other areas of support discussed included building of technical expertise in the member states, developing think tanks, and producing Country self-assessment reports at national level, institutional strengthening through human capacity support, knowledge management, staff leadership and development and the retention of more experts to carry out the review processes.

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