Governors’ Dialogue “The Next 50 years: The Africa we Want”

Group 1 – Strategic policy leadership

Countries:   Angola; Austria; Benin; China; Congo Rep.; Egypt; Finland; France; Gambia; Kuwait; Lesotho; Madagascar; Morocco; Niger; Rwanda; Seychelles; South Sudan; Swaziland; United States; and Zambia

Facilitator:   Mr. Nkosana Moyo, CEO, MINDS, South Africa

Reporting on break-away sessions:        Rwanda

Rapporteur:   Mr. Victor Murinde, Director, African Development Institute, AfDB

Group 2 – Regional integration

Countries:     Botswana; Burkina Faso; Burundi; Cameroon; Cabo Verde; Chad; Cote d'Ivoire; Ethiopia; Ghana; India; Kenya; Libya; Mozambique; Senegal; South Africa; Spain; Tanzania; Togo; and Zimbabwe

Facilitator:        Ms. Frannie Léautier, Mkoba Private Equity Fund

Reporting on break-away sessions:        Cape Verde

Rapporteur:    Mr. Steve Kayizzi-Mugerwa, Development Research Department, AfDB

Group 3 – Productive employment

Countries:     Algeria; Brazil; Comoros; Congo Democratic Republic; Equatorial Guinea; Gabon; Germany; Japan; Korea; Liberia; Malawi; Mauritania; Namibia; Nigeria; Norway; Sao Tome & Principe; Sweden; Switzerland; Tunisia; Turkey; and Uganda, Switzerland

Facilitator:        Mr. Acha Leke, Director, McKinsey & Company

Reporting on break-away sessions:        Nigeria

Rapporteur:    Mr. Charles Leyeka Lufumpa, Director, Statistics Department, African Development Bank Group

Group 4 – Conflict and fragility

Countries:     Argentina; Belgium; Canada; Central African Republic; Denmark; Djibouti; Eritrea; Guinea Bissau; Guinea; Mali; Mauritius; Italy; Netherlands; Portugal; Saudi Arabia; Sierra Leone; Somalia; Sudan; and United Kingdom

Facilitator:        Prof. Ngaire Woods, Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford

Reporting on break-away sessions:        Italy

Rapporteur:       Mr. Anthony Simpasa, Research Department, AfDB


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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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