Africa’s ability to deliver on the ambitious post-2015 Agenda (also called the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals) and the African Union Agenda 2063 largely depends on the availability of adequate financial resources.
Success in implementing Agenda 2063 and the Sustainable Development Goals depends largely on the availability and adequacy of resources.
The 2015 Africa Capacity Report, is based on a survey from 45
African countries. It measures and examines capacity in relation
to the development agenda in African countries, surveys the state
and trends in domestic resources mobilization and illicit financial
flows across the continent, and puts together good practices in this
area from countries that have been successful in their initiatives.
The policy brief by the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) highlights that while it is widely agreed that domestic resource mobilization is the way to go, the 2015 Africa Capacity Report shows that this may not be achieved because of one missing link: the capacity to do so.