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Strategic Policy Leadership

  • What are the most important policies that African leaders can pursue in the next five years to advance the Agenda 2063?
  • Which aspects of the Bank’s operations and knowledge work are most crucial in supporting strategic policy leadership in Africa?

Regional Integration

  • What can African countries do to accelerate intra-regional trade and labour mobility?
  • What role can the Bank play to help countries deepen intra-regional trade and labour mobility?

Productive Employment and Opportunities

  • What should the African countries do to increase participation in global value chains with higher value added products, for job creation?
  • In which specific areas is Bank’s support required to help countries achieve this endeavour?

Conflict and Fragility

  • How can African leaders and institutions implement findings of the report of the High Level Panel on Fragile States in order to reduce conflict and fragility?
  • How can the Bank best contribute to countries’ efforts towards reducing conflict and fragility?

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Louise Umutoni - Rwanda 18/05/2014 11:48
Creating policies akin to the EU trade policies or NAFTA that would facilitate trade among African countries, both expanding our markets and also developing trade relations between African countries. This would also reduce reliace on domestic markets or western markets that are usually difficult to access.
Rodrigues Carla - Portugal 16/05/2014 22:09
Je pense que c'est la politique éducative la plus importante que les dirigeants africains peuvent mettre en œuvre avec grand intérêt dans les cinq années à venir pour faire avancer l’Agenda 2063.
L'éducation doit être le secteur prioritaire pour le développement humain durable et un moyen d'inclusion sociale contre toutes les formes de discrimination et, par conséquent, dans la lutte contre la pauvreté.

If you look at the money they get from fishing in African waters, it is more than the money they send to Africa through development aid. This is a case of the rich versus the poor. Therefore, as leaders, we must take action.

Donald Kaberuka, AfDB President

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