Governance lies at the heart of addressing development challenges on the continent. While the story of the past decade has been one of steady progress throughout Africa, issues of governance, including lack of transparency and accountability remain pervasive concerns, undermining social, economic and political progress at many levels. Illicit financial flows (IFF) and corruption are a serious consequence of these governance shortcomings. They are a drain on Africa’s foreign exchange reserves, reduce efforts to enhance domestic resource mobilization, cancel out of investment inflows and contribute to low social development indicators including poverty and inequality... Read more 


“For me, this not just an office, it is a mission. A mission to build a greater Africa, a mission that engages me each and everyday, and which is founded on the vision of the Bank’s founding fathers.”

Akinwumi Adesina, AfDB President 

Date

October 27 and 28, 2016 


Event venue

Immeuble CCIA, Plateau  -  Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire



Worshop on Fighting Corruption and Tackling Illicit Financial Flows from Africa - Abidjan, 27th to 28th October 2016
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