The APRM 10 Years After: Reviewing a Decade of Peer Learning and Projecting a Future Developmental Governance of AfricaThe APRM 10 Years After: Reviewing a Decade of Peer Learning and Projecting a Future Developmental Governance of Africa Policy Brief N°2 May 2013 Africa Governance Institute
Election-Related Disputes and Political ViolenceThe African Union Series Report of the AU Panel of the Wise July 2010 International Peace Institute
Sustainable Intensification: A New Paradigm for African AgricultureThe Montpellier Panel Report 2013
Equity in Extractives - Stewarding Africa’s natural ressources for allAfrica Progress Report 2013 Africa Progress Panel
AGIR Global Alliance for Resilience. Regional RoadmapAGIR Global Alliance for Resilience AGIR - Sahel and West Africa Adopted on April 9, 2013
Enhancing Stability and Development in Africa The Role of the African Development BankEnhancing Stability and Development in Africa The Role of the African Development Bank Fragile States Unit: Policy Brief 01/2013 © AfDB 2013
LinkAfricaN° 1 - March-April 2013 A publication of the Transport and ICT Department of the African Development Bank
Structured Finance: Conditions for Infrastructure Project Bonds in African MarketsCedric Achille Mbeng Mezui Bim Hundal NEPAD Regional Integration and Trade Department
2012 DAC Report on Multilateral Aid2012 DAC Report on Multilateral Aid OECD Better Policies for Better Lives
Three years to the deadline, This report shows broad progress on the MDGs The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) agreed to by world leaders over a decade ago have achieved important results. Working together, Governments, the United Nations family, the private sector and civil society have succeeded in saving many lives and improving conditions for many more. The world has met some important targets—ahead of the deadline.
• Extreme poverty is falling in every region For the first time since poverty trends began to be monitored, the number of people living in extreme poverty and poverty rates fell in every developing region—including in subSaharan Africa, where rates are highest. The proportion of people living on less than $1.25 a day fell from 47 per cent in 1990 to 24 per cent in 2008—a reduction from over 2 billion to less than 1.4 billion.
•The world has met the target of halving the proportion of people without access to improved sources of water The target of halving the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water was also met by 2010, with the proportion of people using an improved water source rising from 76 per cent in 1990 to 89 per cent in 2010. Between 1990 and 2010, over two billion people gained access to improved drinking water sources, such as piped supplies and protected wells.