- to serve as a platform for Africa’s development stakeholders – African leaders and policy makers, pan-African organizations, business leaders, non-governmental actors, the public sector, parliaments, the academia, multilateral and bilateral development agencies – to discuss the ways to Africa’s socio-economic transformation and their capacity building dimensions. These discussions will cover the preconditions for capacity development set out in plans for achieving emergence which are being implemented in many African countries and in Agenda 2063;
- to share knowledge, experiences and results in capacity building such as - what is working and what is not, best practices, pitfalls to be avoided or how to achieve value for money.
The Forum has two main objectives:
The side events of the Forum, ACBF will invite the main pan-African and international organizations operating in the area of capacity building in Africa (governments, private sector and civil society) to showcase their work and contribute to the debate on advancing Africa’s transformational agenda through capacity development.
For information on how to host a side event click here.
The list of side events will be available on the site from the 1 April 2016.