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    Agenda 2063: The Africa We Want

    • Agenda 2063: The Africa We Want

      What is the Agenda 2063? Agenda 2063 encapsulates Africa’s Aspirations for the Future and identifies key Flagship Programmes that can boost Africa’s economic growth and development and lead to the rapid transformation of the continent. Scroll down to discover the key initiatives of Agenda 2063. Spot…
    • For an integrated approach to the SDGs and Agenda 2063

      Africa needs an integrated approach to implement its development agenda. The year 2016 marks a double transition period, from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or Agenda 2030, and at the continental level, from the New Economic Partnership for Af…
    • ECA to host “Making agenda 2063 work for African women” event during Annual Ministerial Meeting

      Addis Ababa, 27 March 2015 (ECA/AU) – Women’s empowerment is one of the preconditions for achieving the continental development framework, Agenda 2063. Earlier this month, on the eve of the International Women’s Day held on 8th March, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) ann…

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In the July issue of African Business, out now, we take a look at the debate dividing Africa – how to balance economic development while preserving the environment. With Africa mulling exploitation of its enormous gas reserves as a “transition fuel”, can policymakers square such projects with their commitment to green growth? Nowhere is this debate playing out more fiercely than in East Africa, where we look at why international lenders are abandoning a huge oil pipeline that could bring multi-billion dollar revenues to the region.


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    The African Digital Banking Transformation Report 2022

    • No one should be left behind as digitisation expands

      The increasing switch to digitisation in African banking is expanding financial inclusion rapidly, but it is essential that no one is left behind.
    • Owning the digital journey

      Digital transformation is not so much a destination but rather a journey of continuous self-improvement, says Jouk Pleiter, the CEO and co-founder of software company Backbase.