Change Location & Date

Professor Maloka pays Courtesy Visit to the AU Chairperson

APRM

Car description

Communique

On the 20th anniversary of #UNSCR1325 on women, peace & security @UNOSAA1 and @APRMorg call for greater inclusion of women in peace and security processes if #Africa is to meet its development aspirations and enjoy meaningful stability.

See: https://bit.ly/3owIYtG

The Webinar series aims to unpack the role that can be played by the SOEs in accelerating the economic recovery of African countries post Covid-19.

🚨We are LIVE on Facebook.

WATCH HERE: https://fb.watch/1nOi8dmtvO/

REMINDER TO JOIN THE WEBINAR: Today we’re discussing the role of State-Owned Enterprise in the recovery of African economies post Covid-19.

Join us NOW:
2pm - SAST
3pm - EAT

👉🏽Zoom link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pF1sP7MzS2yQIGMxye0zmA

Load More...

Professor Maloka pays Courtesy Visit to the AU Chairperson

PUBLISHED BY:APRM POSTED:31-03-2016

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – 29 March 2016: The Chief Executive Officer of the APRM Secretariat, Prof. Eddie Maloka, has briefed the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (AUC), H.E. Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma on the ongoing revitalization of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM).

The APRM CEO was paying his first courtesy visit to the AU Commission two months into his new assignment, on the margins of an Experts Group meeting under the theme: “Revitalization of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM): Strategizing, Planning, and Developing Improved Review Methodologies.” During their meeting, they discussed the rejuvenation of the APRM, particularly taking into consideration new continental and international frameworks such as Africa’s Agenda 2063 and the Sustainable Development Goals 2030.

In this regard, they exchanged views on the possibility of the APRM taking over the responsibility of monitoring and evaluating Agenda 2063’s implementation, in addition to its other peer-review responsibilities. The AU Commission Chairperson expressed her delight in seeing the reviving of APRM, adding that, “It would be really great to see the APRM get to a point where, we can rate ourselves in an objective and impartial manner, using our own mechanism. We would use it to correct what needs to be corrected and improve what needs to be improved upon.” They also reflected on the potential role of the APRM becoming a continental rating agency, as well as its integration into the African Union.

The Experts Group Meeting which was discussing the APRM’s revitalization strategy took place on 29-30 March, 2016 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Default Equipment

  • Press Releases
  • Phone:

  • Email:

  • Pick Up:

    none

    10/27/2020

    12:00 AM

  • Drop Off:

    none

    10/28/2020

    12:00 AM

Change Location & Date
css.php