04th December 2019, Cairo, EGYPT – The Chief Executive Officer of the APRM, Professor Eddy Maloka, is participating in the 40th Annual Conference of the Association of African Public Administration and Management (AAPAM) that is currently taking place from 04th – 06th December, in Cairo, Egypt.
AAPAM is an International professional organization that is dedicated to improving public policy and management by fostering excellence in research, analysis and education. It is a forum that brings together top African administrators and managers to discuss topical challenges that face public administration in Africa with a view of finding solutions.
In its 45 years of existence, AAPAM has led efforts to strengthen the administrative and management capacities of African public administration systems.
In his presentation to more than 700 conference delegates across the African continent, Professor Eddy Maloka emphasized the role of the APRM in promoting administrative reforms to improve governance in Africa. “As the APRM, we seek to explore ways and means of transforming public service institutions into effective, inclusive and accountable vehicles for the realization of sustainable development in Africa”.
Professor Eddy Maloka is attending the conference on the margins of a 15-day Country Review Mission that is currently taking place in Egypt.
For inquiries please contact: Liziwe Selana (Head of Communications APRM)