The Africa Capacity Building Foundation will be holding a validation workshop, which will discuss the initial findings of an evaluation of the relevance, efficiency and effectiveness of delivery as well as the impact of the African Capacity Report (ACR). The workshop, which will also discuss areas, which require further investigation, aims to secure buy-in and to stimulate ownership, utilisation of the findings and recommendations from the evaluation.
The workshop will be held on 28 April 2015 at the ACBF premises in Harare Zimbabwe.
The ACR is the flagship publication of the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF). It was first published in 2011 under the theme Capacity Development in Fragile States with subsequent ACRs in 2012 Capacity Development for Agricultural Transformation and Food Security, 2013 Capacity Development for Natural Resources Management and the most recent, 2014 Capacity Imperatives for Regional Integration in Africa. The 2015 ACR shall focus on Capacity imperatives for Domestic Resource Mobilization in Africa.
The validation workshop will provide an independent assessment conducted by Dalberg Global Development Advisors (Dalberg).