Institutions (Transformation of Africa)
EENI - Business School.
Course: Pan-African Institutions are Leading the Socio-economic Transformation of Africa (e-learning)
Programme structure “Africa's Transformation (Institutions)”
Five subjects compose the course “African Institutions are Leading the Transformation of Africa”:
- African Union (AU) (1 ECTS)
- African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption
- New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) (0.7 ECTS)
- Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP)
- Economic Commission
for Africa (ECA) (1 ECTS)
- African Development Bank (1.3 ECTS)
- Agenda 2063 “The Africa We Want” (AU) (0.5 ECTS)
The main objective of the course “African institutions are leading the transformation of Africa” is to understanding the role of…
- The African Union (AU): the “Political Vision: United Africa”
- The New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD): the “executing agency” of the African Union
- The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA): organises all
the information necessary to achieve African Integration
- The African Development Bank: Financing the AU vision
Finally, we study the “Agenda 2063: the future we want for Africa” a key document to understanding the vision of the African leaders.
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Sample of the course - African Institutions are Leading the Transformation of Africa
Africa: a continent in a deep transformation.
Subject Description (African Institutions are Leading the Transformation of Africa).
Since the creation of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), now called the African Union, African political
leaders are moving irreversibly towards full economic integration, with the aim of creating the African Continental Free Trade Area (1 billion people, GDP
combined: 1.2 trillion) consisting of fifty-four African countries.
While this goal is very complex (e.g., intra-African trade represents only 10% of the total African trade) and will require substantial investments (especially in infrastructure); they are taking
decisive steps to achieve it.
Some people are talking about “Africa as emerging continent.”
Although we believe it is premature to consider the African continent as emerging market (although many countries are already emerging economies, in fact, South Africa is a member of the BRICS), rather we can affirm that Africa is the next “frontier market.”
To achieve this vision of a “United Africa”, four African institutions are playing a fundamental role.
The “African Union” establishes the political vision. The NEPAD is the executing
agency of the African Union. The Economic Commission for Africa (United Nations)
is responsible among other things to organise all the information necessary to achieve African Integration. The African Development Bank is primarily responsible for financing and supporting development projects in Africa.
The African Union has agreed the “Agenda 2063: the future we want for Africa”
an essential document to understanding the vision of the African leaders.
Knowing these institutions (*), its operation, its programs and the information
they provide is vital to comprehend the profound transformation taking place in Africa.
(*) The Regional Economic Communities
also play a fundamental role (analysed in another course).
Subject 5- Agenda 2063: “The Future we want for Africa.”
- The vision and Priorities of the Agenda 2063
- African aspirations for 2063
- Wealthy Africa (inclusive growth and sustainable development)
- Integrated Continent
- Good Governance, Democracy, Human Rights, Justice and the Rule of Law
- A Peaceful and Secure Africa: “By 2020 all guns will be silent”
- Strong cultural identity, common heritage, shared values and ethics
- Development is people-driven, unleashing the potential of women
- Africa as a strong, united and influential global player and partner
- Roadmap of the Agenda 2063
- Factors for Africa’s transformation