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New President of South Africa takes over from Thabo Mbeki
NEPAD NEWS - Actualités du NEPAD
lundi 29 septembre 2008
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Kgalema Motlanthe, deputy president of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) took over as President of South Africa on 25 September 2008 after Parliament in Cape Town voted to accept the resignation of Thabo Mbeki.

Mbeki’s resignation followed accusations by a High Court judge in a ruling on 11 September that the Presidency had subverted the organs of state in pursuing the long-standing prosecution of the president of the ANC, Jacob Zuma, on charges of corruption and fraud. The judge set aside the indictment against Zuma.

Mbeki has since announced his intention to take the issue on appeal to the country’s Constitutional Court.

President Motlanthe will serve the remaining months of Mbeki’s second and last five-year term of office until a general election is held around April 2009 when it is generally expected that Jacob Zuma will become President of South Africa.

Thabo Mbeki was one of the founding fathers of NEPAD and chairman of the African Union in 2002. NEPAD - september 26, 2008

Calendar of events

- 29 September - 3 October, Africa Forum meeting under the theme “Making agri-business work for rural livelihoods : CAADP implementation at country level”, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
- 27 - 29 October, RUROFORUM Ministers meeting, Lusaka, Zambia. NEPAD - september 26, 2008

Ethiopia launches CAADP — “one of NEPAD’s most important activities”

NEPAD’s Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) was launched for the Ethiopian Government in Addis Ababa on 6 September 2008 by the State Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Abrea Deresa, at a ceremony attended by a delegation from the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) led by Assistant Secretary General (Programmes), Stephen Karangizi. Senior Ethiopian Government officials, representatives from the private sector, development partners and civil society also attended.

Addressing the delegates, Dr. Deresa said CAADP could be considered one of the most important activities of NEPAD in addressing the main challenges in Africa.

He said Ethiopian agricultural development programmes fall in line with CAADP’s agenda of building Africa’s economy through the development of agriculture.

“CAADP’s pillars are also in full agreement with Ethiopia’s plan for accelerated and sustained development to end poverty (PASDEP) and also have the same focus areas developed within a sector working group on rural economic development and food security,” Dr. Deresa said.

Ethiopia had surpassed the CAADP minimum national budgetary allocation requirement of 10% to agriculture, he added.

“In Ethiopia, currently, the budget allocation to the agriculture sector is 16%. As a result, there has been a promising trend in raising agricultural productivity by more than 10%”.

He said Ethiopia’s agricultural strategies focus on raising the productivity of smallholder farmers through maximum use of agricultural land and labour, with equal emphasis on the private investment sector.

Targeting areas that reduce poverty COMESA’s Stephen Karangizi noted that African leaders had identified agricultural-led development as key to the restoration of food security and rural development.

He congratulated Ethiopia for exceeding the CAADP budgetary target of 10% and agricultural growth rate target of 6%.

“In Ethiopia therefore, COMESA and CAADP will focus very strongly on supporting the Government to remain in touch with their agricultural growth agenda and to reach even higher growth”, he said.

“Most importantly, CAADP in Ethiopia will target sectors that effectively reduce poverty. A particular key area that will be considered for expanded support is the livestock sector in which Ethiopia leads the region as far as livestock population is concerned.”

He said CAADP would provide Ethiopia with an opportunity to consolidate and focus on the key pillars required to attain a long-term self-sufficiency in agricultural production.

COMESA’s Investment Promotion Private Sector Development Programme director, Dr. Chung Mwila emphasised CAADP’s importance to African agriculture.

The CAADP framework was a realisation of the African leaders’ vision to put African agriculture at the centre of African development, he said.

A representative of the German Technical Cooperation Agency (GTZ) Dr. Andrea Bahm said that donors in Ethiopia will work to align with the CAADP agenda. NEPAD - september 26, 2008

COMESA-NEPAD setting up regional fisheries and aquaculture strategy

The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) launched a process to develop a regional fisheries and aquaculture strategy in line with NEPAD’s Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) at a meeting in Nairobi, Kenya on 2-3 September 2008.

In the COMESA region, harvest from capture fisheries rose steadily throughout the 1980s and 1990s but has stagnated since then, reaching about 2.2 million tonnes in 2003. Aquaculture on the other hand has risen but totalling only about 475,000 tonnes in the region, of which Egypt alone contributed 445,000 tonnes in 2003.

Trade in fish and fish products is a growing economic sector in the COMESA region with an annual value of at least US$765m, though much of the actual trade is unreported and undervalued.

However, as the overall population in sub-Saharan Africa is growing, it means that the per capita consumption of fish in the COMESA region has fallen in the past 20 years, with uncertain impacts on human health and economic development.

Therefore COMESA convened the regional meeting in Nairobi on 2-3 September 2008 to prepare a regional fisheries strategy in line with the CAADP as guided by the AU/NEPAD action plan for the development of African fisheries and aquaculture.

Why a strategy ? The strategy aims at preparing a framework for developing the potential for sustained growth of the fish sector in the COMESA region. It will be used to guide COMESA in developing specific intervention programmes, implemented by member states in regional collaboration and with well defined roles for private sector and civil society agencies.

The strategy will be embedded in COMESA’s wider agricultural programme and will be linked specifically to the development of national and regional compacts under the CAADP.

What are the critical issues for the strategy ? In addition to identifying key opportunities on critical constraints to the three sub-sectors — aquaculture, inland and marine fisheries — the meeting also identified constraints which fell into three broad categories : legislative and regulatory mechanism ; knowledge and capacity ; and infrastructure and market access.

The Nairobi meeting noted that generally the public fisheries institutions in many COMESA member states lack the capacity to articulate the economic opportunities presented by the fisheries sector. Consequently, many countries have poor national policies, training and research facilities, and legislative frameworks as well as regulatory mechanisms that take into account the trans-boundary nature of the fisheries sector.

It was also noted that many member states of the COMESA region have not taken full advantage of the grouping as a trade block because of poor trade infrastructure (policies, regulations ; value-addition). The region still experiences high cost of trade because of freight and poor knowledge of trade.

Despite advances in information and communication technology (ICT), trade information is very poor in the region, as a lot of trade is going on unreported and the COMESA Secretariat still does not have a clear picture of the regional trends in demand and supply.

Investment opportunities need finance The fisheries private sector in many countries is also barely developed. Despite the investment opportunities presented by the fish farming sub-sector, many financial institutions (e.g. commercial banks) still lack the knowledge of how to lend to potential aquaculture investors. In addition, poor development of the macro-financial institutions has not helped the development of the small-scale fisheries sub-sector, particularly women entrepreneurs, who play a very significant role in the processing and trading of fish.

A task team comprising experts from COMESA and the NEPAD Secretariat, with technical support from the WorldFish Centre, is drafting the strategy which is expected to be ready for review by member states by December 2008, and endorsement by Ministers by February 2009.

The meeting was attended by 11 member states — Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Egypt, Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, Seychelles, Mauritius, Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe --- and partners from the Lake Victoria Fisheries Organisation, WorldFish Centre, NEPAD, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations and AquaFish CRSP-Oregon State University. The Minister of Fisheries Development in Kenya, Dr. Paul Otuoma, was also present. NEPAD - september 26, 2008

NEPAD involved in new socially responsible investment index for Africa

A preliminary Pan-African investment index with the aim of attracting socially responsible capital from private investors worldwide to spur socio-economic development on the continent and help achieve the Millennium Development Goals was launched by NEPAD and Africa Investor (Ai) in New York on 17 September 2008.

The United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Special Advisor on Africa, Cheick Sidi Diarra, said the Ai30 Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) index — a benchmark based on global best practices for promoting good corporate governance, environmental preservation and social development and adapted to Africa’s operating environment — would be a vital tool for closing the region’s funding shortfall.

Investing a mere 1 per cent — or $30 billion — of the world’s almost $3 trillion sovereign wealth funds in Africa would go a long way in sustaining strong economic growth, he said.

“That’s very important. It’s a source of mobilising resources in order to meet the resource gaps of the continent. That is the aim of our discussions today,” he added, noting that Africa’s gross domestic product had expanded by an average 5 per cent annually in the last five years, according to the World Bank.

Echoing those sentiments, Bamanga Tukur, chairman of the NEPAD Business Group and of Africa Investor, a provider of strategic research, indices, communications and investment, said that ending extreme poverty in Africa — where millions lived on less than $1 a day — required socially responsible equity investment rather than loans, which merely saddled the continent with heavy debt.

Ai vice-chairman Hubert Danso added that, in structuring the SRI index, Ai had taken into account the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment, NEPAD’s African Peer Review Mechanism, investors’ concerns and the input of an expert review group comprising the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the Johannesburg Securities Exchange (JSE), Investec, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Fraters Asset Management.

From 2005 to 2007, SRI investment had grown 17 per cent while, traditionally, investment expanded just 3 per cent, Danso said. By 2011, the inflow of socially responsible assets under management would reach $11 trillion. Ai30 would be the only Pan-African SRI initiative capable of meeting the stringent investment criteria of global SRI funds.

Earlier on 17 September before the launch of the SRI index, the United Nations participated in an SRI conference with Ai, private-sector investors and hedge fund managers, among other members of the financial sector, in advance of the General Assembly’s 22 September High-level Meeting on Africa’s Development Needs.

“We expect that some new commitments by the private sector will be made which will feed into the (high-level) process,” said Amir Dossal, Executive Director of the United Nations Office for Partnerships, noting that participants had discussed the idea of referring to sovereign wealth funds as sovereign wealth development funds to stress a socially responsible focus.

Responding to a question about the potential impact of the current Wall Street crisis on investment in Africa, Dossal said the net loss of billions of dollars on global markets would indeed exacerbate the $80 billion shortfall in official development assistance intended to help the least developed countries meet the Millennium targets.

However, as the sovereign wealth funds were interested in investment rather than aid, the pace of investment in those funds should continue.

Africa’s high gross domestic product growth rate was increasingly attracting private investors. New stock exchanges were opening and basic investment and savings options were being created, rather than sophisticated instruments such as mortgage-backed securities.

Concerning commitments by sovereign wealth funds to invest in Africa, Danso said that, rather than securing specific commitments from investors, the SRI discussions had succeeded mainly in identifying a comfortable and familiar structure for the international investment community to build the SRI index.

* African Press Organisation. Source : Office of the United Nations Secretary-General.

UN call for “resolute leadership”

Resolute leadership is needed to transform existing commitments into action to meet African development needs, a senior United Nations official stressed, days before the major United Nations General Assembly gathering on the issue.

Under-Secretary-General Cheick Sidi Diarra, the UN special advisor on Africa, told a press conference that the high-level meeting on African development, to be attended by representatives of more than 160 countries, including many world leaders, should serve to help streamline actions and upgrade priorities towards NEPAD.

Diarra warned that Africa’s economic development still faces enormous obstacles, including violent conflict, internal public mismanagement and, in some cases, a lack of international support.

He added that “resolution and leadership is needed to turn existing African and international commitments into results,” urging the international community to show greater support.

Many countries, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, are lagging in the race to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – such as the halving of extreme poverty – by the target date of 2015. (UN News Service)

Lesotho calls on African countries to actively support NEPAD programmes

The Lesotho Government has urged other African countries to actively engage with NEPAD to embrace NEPAD programmes and endeavour to implement them in order to address poverty and other challenges facing the continent.

The call was made by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Relations, Mohlabi Tsekoa, when he addressed a national stakeholder engagement workshop held in Maseru from 15-17 September 2008.

African countries should work at harmonising policies to enhance and increase trade and foreign direct investment in individual countries on the continent, the Minister said.

“Africa can form a formidable fair trade partnership with Western countries if it unites through partnerships such as NEPAD”.

The Minister said solutions to abject poverty, marginalisation and economic emancipation lay in the continent’s human resource through initiatives such as NEPAD.

Most African governments had high expectations at the formation of NEPAD as a vehicle to facilitate the continent’s development in partnership with the developed world. However most African countries had so far not benefited from NEPAD programmes because of inertia in embracing innovation.

“Africa ’s hopes of developing can be kept alive through initiatives such as NEPAD,” he said.

The Minister also attributed the failure by some African countries to embrace initiatives such as NEPAD to lack of understanding of the various issues surrounding the initiative.

Speaking earlier NEPAD Deputy Chief Executive Dr. Hesphina Rukato urged African governments to expedite the adoption and implementation of NEPAD programmes at various levels.

Dr. Rukato said NEPAD would continue to work closely with cooperating partners regional communities and individual countries in order to expedite the implementation of various projects.

She added that NEPAD was working towards promoting partnerships with the private sector in African countries to enhance development.

Governments and citizens must expedite the ownership of the African vision to develop their countries. This should be in line with the spirit of NEPAD which African Heads of State cited as an African solution to Africa ’s problems.

The NEPAD Deputy CEO urged the media in African countries to articulate NEPAD issues and ensure that they are understood by the grassroots.

She noted that the media were important partners in development and as such should endeavour to be ambassadors of positive development programmes such as NEPAD. NEPAD - september 26, 2008

NEPAD mourns with Zambia on death of Dr. Mwanawasa

Zambia’s President Mwanawasa was one of the new leadership that champions Africa’s development and the NEPAD Secretariat received news of his untimely death with sadness, said NEPAD Deputy CEO, Dr. Hesphina Rukato, who added that the late Head of State was one of the key drivers of NEPAD.

She spoke at the NEPAD stakeholders meeting in Lesotho ’s capital, Maseru, where a moment of silence was observed by the delegates in honour of Dr. Mwanawasa.

Dr. Rukato described President Mwanawasa as a champion of good governance through which he earned much support from the international community.

President Mwanawasa’s death had come at a time when Zambia through his efforts had started engaging with NEPAD with a view to fully integrating into NEPAD development projects.

“NEPAD is positive that Zambians will handle the transition period peacefully and the partnership is looking forward to working with the Zambian people on NEPAD projects,” she said.

She urged the Zambian people to continue upholding the rule of law and good governance which Dr. Mwanawasa championed, values that were a prerequisite for national development. NEPAD - september 26, 2008

Request for tenders :

Study on the integration of NEPAD into the structures and processes of the African Union

In July 2001, the 37th Organisation of African Unity (OAU) Summit adopted the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) as its integrated and comprehensive socio-economic development programme in Lusaka, Zambia. The inaugural Summit of the African Union held in Durban, South Africa, in July 2002 later adopted NEPAD as a programme of the African Union (AU) through Declaration ASS/AU/ Decl. 1 (I).

In July 2003, Heads of State and Government agreed on the need to promote better management of Africa’s new policy architecture for development in order to engender more cohesive and effective delivery. The African Union Commission (AUC) was accordingly mandated to operationalise the integration of NEPAD into the AU structures and processes. However, integration did not materialize in spite of numerous efforts until the 18th NEPAD Heads of State and Government Implementation Committee (HSGIC) and 10th AU Summit of January/February 2008, which adopted the Decision (Assembly/AU/ Dec.191(X)) to proceed with NEPAD integration and the creation of a NEPAD Planning and Coordination Authority, immediately, and in an expeditious manner.

MAIN GOALS OF THE STUDY

The main aim of the study is to determine the modalities for integrating NEPAD into the structures and processes of the AU as well as the creation of the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Authority/Agency, as a successor to the NEPAD Secretariat. To this end, the major goals of the study would be to develop the mandate, configuration, structure and profile of the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Authority as an integral part of the African Union. The study should also identify the administrative and financial requirements necessary for the smooth integration and incorporation of NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Authority personnel into the organisational structure of the AU.

Herein, the financial resource requirements and sustainable financing mechanisms necessary for the work of the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Authority should also be identified.

ELIGIBILITY

The African Union Commission wishes to appoint qualified consultants with proven experience of research in international relations, change management, organizational transformation, business development, financial management and statistical analysis. The Consultants should be predominantly African and composed of a multi disciplinary team.

The deadline for submissions is September 30, 2008.

More information on the tender and how to apply can be obtained by downloading the Terms of Reference (ToR) from the African Union (AU) website www.africa-union.org under employment or sending an e-mail to Victoria Forster-Jones at victoriaf@africa-union.org : NEPAD - september 26, 2008

 

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  156. Calendar of events NEPAD/AMCOST
    28 mai 2007

  157. Mali is ninth country to launch NEPAD e-Schools
    28 mai 2007

  158. Key messages from African Partnership Forum for G8 Summit in Germany
    28 mai 2007

  159. President John Kufuor
    25 mai 2007

  160. NEPAD Calendar of events
    4 juin 2007

  161. Cameroon wants education for all, Minister tells NEPAD e-Schools launch
    4 juin 2007

  162. South African diplomats visit NEPAD for briefing on implementation progress
    3 juin 2007

  163. Calendar of events
    11 juin 2007

  164. NEPAD playing key role in FARA General Assembly and Agriculture Science Week
    11 juin 2007

  165. Calendar of events
    15 juin 2007

  166. NEPAD in talks to provide more support for CAADP in the COMESA region
    15 juin 2007

  167. Madagascar is first country in new project for national implementation of NEPAD
    15 juin 2007

  168. Focus on Africa in G8 Summit “Power of Ideas” lectures
    16 juin 2007

  169. Successes and challenges of NEPAD’s science and technology programme
    22 juin 2007

  170. Spain and NEPAD sign historic agreement for the economic empowerment of African women
    22 juin 2007

  171. Calendar of events
    29 juin 2007

  172. “Great opportunity” to evaluate NEPAD progress in East Africa
    29 juin 2007

  173. Africa’s farmers want to play their part in NEPAD’s CAADP
    29 juin 2007

  174. $150m grant to support sustainable land management programs in Africa
    8 juillet 2007

  175. Experts gather for high-level African science and technology meeting
    9 juillet 2007

  176. Calendar of events
    9 juillet 2007

  177. Uganda Minister’s appeal to African governments...
    30 juillet 2007

  178. NEPAD Capacity Development Strategic Framework
    30 juillet 2007

  179. Ghana moves ahead with the CAADP sustainable land management program
    30 juillet 2007

  180. Teacher training through open and distance learning
    30 juillet 2007

  181. NEPAD Calendar of events
    1er août 2007

  182. West African Ministers adopt regional plan for NEPAD’s environment initiative
    3 août 2007

  183. NEPAD-Spanish empowerment program for African women
    3 août 2007

  184. NEPAD Calendar of events
    6 août 2007

  185. New Head of NEPAD Nigeria
    8 août 2007

  186. Updates on NEPAD regional infrastructure projects
    8 août 2007

  187. NEPAD CEO will speak on the benefits for Africa
    8 août 2007

  188. NEPAD Calendar of events
    11 août 2007

  189. Priority areas identified for Japan’s support of NEPAD projects across Africa
    17 août 2007

  190. Calendar of events
    20 août 2007

  191. Africa produces 7m tons of fish a year
    24 août 2007

  192. Calendar of events
    24 août 2007

  193. TICAD IV will be held in Yokohama, Japan
    24 août 2007

  194. Regional infrastructure is key to NEPAD objectives for Africa’s growth
    31 août 2007

  195. Calendar of events
    1er septembre 2007

  196. African Geopolitics in the 21st Century
    7 septembre 2007

  197. Regular TV slots for NEPAD
    7 septembre 2007

  198. Public Sector Innovation Awards in Africa
    7 septembre 2007

  199. Calendar of events
    11 septembre 2007

  200. Support for NEPAD at African Green Revolution Conference
    14 septembre 2007

  201. NEPAD welcomes Britain’s $20m contribution to new Africa fund
    14 septembre 2007

  202. NEPAD TV programme changes
    14 septembre 2007

  203. Calendar of events
    15 septembre 2007

  204. NEPAD Spatial Development Programme moves forward
    21 septembre 2007

  205. NEPAD reports “significant progress” in a briefing to diplomats and key stakeholders
    21 septembre 2007

  206. Africa : study seeks to promote networking and good practices in infrastructure development
    21 septembre 2007

  207. NEPAD Projects Conference to be held in South Africa
    21 septembre 2007

  208. Decisions on science and technology indicators
    21 septembre 2007

  209. NEPAD TV schedule on Africa channel
    21 septembre 2007

  210. Calendar of events
    25 septembre 2007

  211. WorldFish opens regional centre in Zambia
    28 septembre 2007

  212. Looking at Africa’s water needs 2008-2010
    28 septembre 2007

  213. NEPAD cities programme moves ahead
    28 septembre 2007

  214. Enhancing ownership and partnership
    28 septembre 2007

  215. NEPAD Calendar of events
    28 septembre 2007

  216. NEPAD - Mozambique : implementation,awareness and ownership
    5 octobre 2007

  217. The NEPAD e-Africa Commission
    5 octobre 2007

  218. Calendar of events - NEPAD Agenda
    5 octobre 2007

  219. Successful NEPAD Projects Conference identifies many opportunities
    12 octobre 2007

  220. South Africa spells out its role in NEPAD and a road map for the future
    12 octobre 2007

  221. NEPAD Calendar of events
    15 octobre 2007

  222. Key role of agriculture in reaching Millennium Development Goals
    19 octobre 2007

  223. NEPAD Calendar of events
    19 octobre 2007

  224. High-level meeting praises progress with implementation of CAADP and recommends steps for future action
    19 octobre 2007

  225. Ministers approve $2bn submarine cable to connect Africa – and call for speedy implementation
    19 octobre 2007

  226. Mayor supports Cities programme to make NEPAD happen at the local level
    26 octobre 2007

  227. Burkino Faso and Mali next on Peer Review list
    26 octobre 2007

  228. NEPAD TV schedule
    26 octobre 2007

  229. Calendar of events - NEPAD Agenda
    26 octobre 2007

  230. Implementing Africa’s science and technology plan of action : report spells out the details
    2 novembre 2007

  231. Calendar of events
    2 novembre 2007

  232. NEPAD signs MOU with submarine cable company
    2 novembre 2007

  233. US-Africa Summit will take broad look at investment opportunities and challenges
    5 novembre 2007

  234. NEPAD Gender Task Force recommends changes in APRM reporting
    8 novembre 2007

  235. China to work with NEPAD and African partners on aquaculture research
    8 novembre 2007

  236. NEPAD Calendar of events
    12 novembre 2007

  237. Strong support for small business training for SADC countries
    16 novembre 2007

  238. NEPAD Calendar of events
    19 novembre 2007

  239. Progress in raising funds for NEPAD’s Africa agriculture programme
    23 novembre 2007

  240. "Important milestone" in advancing the Peer Review process in Africa
    23 novembre 2007

  241. NEPAD Calendar of events
    26 novembre 2007

  242. NEPAD TV schedule
    30 novembre 2007

  243. NEPAD Nigeria busy on wide range of projects and programmes
    30 novembre 2007

  244. Connect Africa launched to boost ICT projects backed by $55-billion
    30 novembre 2007

  245. Central Africa ready for scaling-up rice and cassava production
    10 décembre 2007

  246. NEPAD-Spanish fund for the empowerment of women calls for proposals
    7 décembre 2007

  247. NEPAD Calendar of events
    10 décembre 2007

  248. International support for top-level conference on budgeting in Africa
    14 décembre 2007

  249. NEPAD Calendar of events
    17 décembre 2007

  250. NEPAD : a look at seven years of achievement – and the challenges on the way forward
    25 janvier 2008

  251. NEPAD Calendar of events
    25 janvier 2008

  252. NEPAD Calendar of events
    1er février 2008

  253. Private sector spells out support for African Union
    1er février 2008

  254. BRAINCHILD OF NEPAD BUSINESS FOUNDATION
    8 février 2008

  255. NEPAD TV schedule
    8 février 2008

  256. Japan to host TICAD IV in May 2008, the G8 Summit in July 2008 and the 10th APF on 7-8 April 2008
    9 février 2008

  257. NEPAD : Vacancy for gender consultant
    17 février 2008

  258. Update on the African Fertilizer Summit and the way ahead for the Green Revolution
    15 février 2008

  259. Success of the NEPAD programme and its contribution to Africa
    22 février 2008

  260. NEPAD Calendar of events
    22 février 2008

  261. NEPAD TV schedule
    3 mars 2008

  262. NEPAD-Spanish Women’s Fund
    3 mars 2008

  263. NEPAD TV schedule
    7 mars 2008

  264. Uganda completes the final stages of its Peer Review
    7 mars 2008

  265. NEPAD-Spanish Fund : Progress
    14 mars 2008

  266. NEPAD Calendar of events
    14 mars 2008

  267. NEPAD Calendar of events
    20 mars 2008

  268. International media summit on the re-branding of Africa
    20 mars 2008

  269. NEPAD-Spanish Fund : progress with interviews
    29 mars 2008

  270. African Bank chief puts top priority on water access and sanitation
    29 mars 2008

  271. Soaring food prices pose serious threat to food and nutrition security
    29 mars 2008

  272. Important role for Africa’s media in the development of the continent
    4 avril 2008

  273. NEPAD “training the trainer” seminar
    4 avril 2008

  274. NEPAD TV schedule
    11 avril 2008

  275. NEPAD Calendar of events
    11 avril 2008

  276. NEPAD Calendar of events
    21 avril 2008

  277. Soaring food prices stress urgency of increasing fertilizer use by African farmers
    21 avril 2008

  278. NEPAD e-Schools praised as the key to bridging the digital divide in Africa
    25 avril 2008

  279. NEPAD Calendar of events
    25 avril 2008

  280. Regional training workshop on science and technology
    6 mai 2008

  281. NEPAD Calendar of events
    6 mai 2008

  282. NEPAD looks at African agriculture for answers to crisis problems of high food prices
    16 mai 2008

  283. NEPAD conference shows the way to promote tourism in Africa
    16 mai 2008

  284. Africa Day - 25 May, 2008 : Message from the AU and NEPAD
    23 mai 2008

  285. Strengthening the links between Canada, NEPAD and the AU
    23 mai 2008

  286. NEPAD TV schedule
    30 mai 2008

  287. NEPAD Calendar of events
    30 mai 2008

  288. African Ministers to discuss NEPAD Environment Plan
    6 juin 2008

  289. "Green Revolution" aims to double Africa’s rice production in next 10 years
    6 juin 2008

  290. Historic moment” : first meeting to integrate NEPAD into AU
    13 juin 2008

  291. Donors increase financial support for NEPAD infrastructure facility
    27 juin 2008

  292. Chairman outlines reforms to boost performance of the AU Commission
    4 juillet 2008

  293. NEPAD Secretariat and AfDB discuss closer collaboration
    11 juillet 2008

  294. NEPAD’s CAADP is key in Africa’s response to high food prices
    18 juillet 2008

  295. NEPAD Calendar of events
    28 juillet 2008

  296. Helping African countries achieve their development objectives through CDSF
    1er août 2008

  297. Aid - who accounts to whom and on whose terms ?
    15 septembre 2008

  298. Work starts on NEPAD submarine cable to be ready for FIFA 2010
    20 septembre 2008

  299. New President of South Africa takes over from Thabo Mbeki
    29 septembre 2008

  300. AU chief calls for more CAADP financing and fast-tracking
    10 octobre 2008

  301. As daily life improves at the grassroots NEPAD is there
    11 octobre 2008

  302. Africa’s partners must not renege on development support, says UN General Assembly chief
    18 octobre 2008

  303. UN underlines commitment to AU-NEPAD priority programmes
    25 octobre 2008

  304. EAC, SADC,COMESA to merge into African Economic Community
    2 novembre 2008

  305. Boost for fisheries governance and trade through NEPAD-led Pan-African partnership
    10 novembre 2008

  306. Key role for African media to focus on agriculture and CAADP
    14 novembre 2008

  307. Africa, G8 and OECD identify actions to keep Africa on growth track despite global downturn
    21 novembre 2008

  308. Nigeria investing $85-million to boost local rice production
    28 novembre 2008

  309. President Museveni promises investors free land in Uganda
    12 décembre 2008

  310. NEPAD : Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, former Prime Minister of Niger, now NEPAD CEO, takes office
    21 avril 2009

  311. Gaddafi spells out his vision for NEPAD
    13 mai 2009

  312. Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki leads NEPAD delegation to APF
    4 juin 2009

  313. African Ministers renew their commitments to CAADP
    27 juin 2009

  314. AU/NEPAD integration on track for finalization by July 2009
    7 juillet 2009

  315. A new African Civil Society network to promote SLM
    28 juillet 2009

  316. Togo signs CAADP Compact
    31 juillet 2009

  317. Mayaki calls on Ghana to align country’s priorities with NEPAD’s capacity development framework
    11 août 2009

  318. Addis Ababa : High-level session of Africa Partnership Forum (APF)
    27 août 2009

  319. NEPAD kick-starts project aimed at improving businesses that are run by women
    20 septembre 2009

  320. NEPAD zeroes in on Skills Development
    15 septembre 2009

  321. NEPAD : Global Financial Institutions must be Democratized, South Africa says at UN debate
    23 septembre 2009

  322. NEPAD’s biosafety receives boost from the Gates Foundation
    15 octobre 2009

  323. NEPAD : “Our Focus is on implementation “ , says Mayaki
    19 octobre 2009

  324. The NEPAD Transport Summit & Africa Expo
    28 octobre 2009

  325. Le 3eme Forum UE-Afrique soutient l’initiative des e-Ecoles
    15 octobre 2009

  326. NEPAD’s biosafety receives boost from the Gates Foundation
    15 octobre 2009

  327. Liberia signs CAADP Compact
    16 octobre 2009

  328. Africa-wide Conference to Discuss Strategies to Boost Agricultural Development
    23 novembre 2009

  329. NEPAD - Transport Summit in South Africa
    24 novembre 2009

  330. African leaders strengthen NEPAD – as it transforms into an implementing Agency
    3 février 2010

  331. Action plan to boost African countries’ progress in pharmaceutical innovation
    22 février 2010

  332. Commission for Social Development, Concluding Session, Adopts Text On Social Dimensions of NEPAD
    11 mars 2010

  333. NEPAD : Uganda signs Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) Compact
    31 mars 2010

  334. Kampala : Ouverture sous haute sécurité du XVe sommet de l’UA
    25 juillet 2010

  335. Dure fin de sommet de l’Union africaine à Kampala
    3 août 2010

  336. The NEPAD Transport Infrastructure Summit, 13-15 October, 2010 Johannesburg (South Africa)
    12 juillet 2010

  337. The New Partnership for Africa’s Development is 10 years old - NEPAD at the Crossroads
    9 mars 2011

  338. Union africaine : Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma : un nouveau départ ?
    21 mai 2013

  339. 3rd EU- Africa Business Forum Supports the e-Schools Initiative
    15 octobre 2009