Une mission de l’Alliance pour refonder la gouvernance en Afrique à Abidjan ----- The Alliance for Rebuilding Governance in Africa mission is in Abidjan
Par wahab le vendredi 21 septembre 2012, 15:47 - article de presse - Lien permanent
Une mission de l'ARGA a terminé un séjour de travail en Côte d'Ivoire le 20 septembre. Elle avait pour objectifs de comprendre le contexte, les enjeux et défis majeurs auxquels le pays est confronté mais aussi d'assurer les conditions d'ouverture d'un bureau dans la capitale ivoirienne. Durant sa conférence de presse, le coordonnateur Assane Mbaye a souligné que son organisation va travailler avec le gouvernement et la société civile vu que "le contexte est devenu favorable". http://news.abidjan.net/h/441284.html
The Alliance for Rebuilding Governance in Africa coordination, an organization of African intellectuals who did hold high ranking positions in government, is having a four days visit in Ivory Coast in order to open a bureau in this country.
After an unsuccessful attempt in 2009, M. Assane Mbaye, the coordinator finds that the context is today favorable. The mission as specified by M. Mbaye during his press conference is focusing on better understanding the context and governance major challenges and stakes. The Alliance strategy and activities to be developed depend on discussions conducted with government authorities and Ivory Coast civil society.
Since its creation in 1999, the Alliance for Rebuilding Governance in Africa who is an African intellectuals initiative created to achieve the continent peace and development through real public governance regulation, has open eight bureau in West Africa and two in Central Africa.
The organization has a strategic plan (2010-2015) with major projects such as series of conferences organized during what is called Annual Africa governance days. These conferences are prospective ones regarding Africa future in horizon 2060 and will have annual thematic such as governance (2012), economy (2013), globalization (2014).
Regional projects gathering members of initiative groups working in specific themes such as land tenure, mining resources governance will be implemented. The Alliance is also partnering, with state institutions in charge of institutional reforms to create national multi actors forum promoting inclusive dialogue among stakeholders.
Lastly the ARGA, is partnering with universities, research and training centers and others administration schools to build projects.
See the article (in French) : http://news.abidjan.net/h/441284.html
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