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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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Accra, Ghana, 22 July 2019 – The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) brought together Government officials, representatives of National Governing Councils, National Secretariats and development partners from seven countries to advance the Mechanism’s core values of experience sharing and peer learning during the Regional workshop held in Accra, Ghana.In his opening remarks, Most Reverend Emmanuel Asante, the Interim Chairperson the National APRM Governing Council warmly welcomed the participants and expressed his gratitude to the Continental Secretariat for organising this important event in Ghana. According to the Chairperson, Ghana played a pioneering role in the grounding of the Mechanism on the continent. Most Reverend Asante said the findings of the first APRM Report inspired many reforms and led to many achievements. He concluded in assuring the Continental Secretariat of the Council’s commitment in ensuring that the investment made in the APRM Ghana yields the expected dividends for the country and the continent.According to Prof. Eddy Maloka, the Chief Executive Officer of the APRM Continental Secretariat, following Ghana’s courageous decision, some countries committed to the review process. In the sixteen years since its inception, the APRM has registered significant progress, with its member states increasing from 6 at the outset to 38 at present, with Botswana and The Gambia acceding at the 28th APR Forum of Heads of State and Government held on 09 February 2019, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He further emphasised that despite the APRM’s encouragement of member states to regularly subject themselves to APRM reviews, only three countries – Kenya, Uganda and recently Mozambique – of all member states that underwent the base review, have undertaken their second-generation review. Prof Maloka urged the APRM to rise to the challenge of the sentiment of poor undertaking of the second-generation review.Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, the Chairperson of the APR Panel of Eminent persons, insisted that the APRM process, which is a clear manifestation of the will of the people of Africa for good governance, requires consistent engagement of leadership for its proper unfolding. In this regard, he commended His Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo, the President of the Republic of Ghana for his unflinching commitment to the APRM.

After extending her warm welcome to all guests on behalf of the Government of Ghana, Her Excellency Hon. Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration of Ghana, expressed her gratitude to the Continental Secretariat for choosing Ghana to host the regional workshop and commended Kenya, Uganda and Mozambique for leading the second-generation review process. She reaffirmed the commitment of the Government of Ghana and added that ‘13 years after the first review, Ghana is committed and passionate to undertake its second review’. She further emphasised that although the APRM was applauded by others international institutions as a unique governance initiative, some countries have lost interest in the Mechanism. The Regional experience sharing and sensitisation workshop on second generation review is a therefore an opportunity for the Mechanism to gain momentum.



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