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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🇺🇬

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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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THE AFRICAN PEER REVIEW MECHANISM
A MODEL FOR SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION

PUBLISHED BY: APRMPOSTED: 22-03-2019

 

Argentina, Buenos Aires, 20 March 2019 – The African Peer Review Mechanism hosted a roundtable at the General Hall of the Nation, on the sideline of the 2nd High-Level UN Conference on South-South Cooperation (SSC) on the occasion of BAPA +40 Anniversary.

The roundtable focused on the role of “APRM as Best Practice for South-South Cooperation on Governance in Africa” and the challenges to promoting SSC among southern countries. This event is a follow up to a series of meetings and consultations on SSC. The APRM earlier organized a high- level dialogue on “South-South Cooperation in the Context of Agenda 2063 and the 2030 Agenda: an African Dialogue on the APRM Experience”  in Johannesburg, May 2018, in collaboration with AU organs, UNOSSC, and the Islamic Development Bank. Also, it partook in the Global South-South Cooperation Expo, in New-York, 2018 within its continuing efforts to raise Africa’s governance issues at global and continental levels.

The panelists for the roundtable consisted of Prof. Eddy Maloka, CEO of APRM; Dr. Francois Ekoko regional coordinator for Africa, UNOSSC; Amb. Adonia Ayebare, President of HLCSSC; Prof. Paulo Esteves, Director of BRICS Policy Center.

The roundtable emphasized on the role of the APRM as an active player in South-South Cooperation and as a model not only in the African context but a model to be replicated across the globe. Amb. Adonia, President of HLCSSC, insisted that “APRM is a key tool to change the way South-South Cooperation is conducted and support countries in improving their governance system.”

Additionally, the event provided a platform for the diverse audience, composed of representatives of member states, UNOSSC, UNECA, UN Global Compact, IOM, Local government and development experts and youth to engage with the panel on questions of poverty eradication, inequalities, governance, migration and refugees, development, accountability and peace and security in the context of South-South Cooperation and the APRM.

From the discussion, few recommendations emanated for APRM role and commitment towards SSC in Africa including; 1) the necessity of developing a national plan for SSC by AU member states to reflect on each country’s needs and challenges; 2) mainstreaming migration within the APRM’s process  SSC; 3) empowering the APRM role as an active actor for SSC to engage with policy making for SSC in Africa; 4) supporting the model of APRM as an accountability mechanism before African countries and the significance of sharing this model with the Asian and Latin American countries.

 

About APRM

APRM is a tool for sharing experiences, reinforcing best practices, identifying deficiencies, and assessing capacity-building needs to foster policies, standards and practices that lead to political stability, high economic growth, sustainable development and accelerated continental and regional economic integration.

 

Contact US

Ms. Sara Hamouda| African Peer Review Mechanism| Email : [email protected] | Tel : +27 11 256 3468

Ms. Diana Demba-Mutondo| African Peer Review Mechanism| Email: [email protected] | Tel: +27 11 256 3434

Twitter: @APRMorg

Facebook: AfricanPeerReviewMechanism

Website: www.aprm-au.org

For more information on BAPA+40 click here

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