ACBF

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AcronymDefinition
ACBFAfrican Capacity Building Foundation
ACBFFondation pour le renforcement des capacités en Afrique
ACBFAir-Cooled Blast Furnace (slag; construction material)
ACBFAnterior Cervical Bony Fusion
ACBFAutoregulation of Cerebral Blood Flow (brain research)
ACBFAC-Rich Binding Factor
ACBFAutogenous Cortical Bone Fragments
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Kari Paulson, general manager of Ebook Library, states that "working with the African Capacity Building Foundation is a testament to the accessibility and immediacy of electronic books.
Liberia Macroeconomic Policy Analysis Center (LIMPAC) Executive Director Del-Francis Wreh says the project started early last year after the African Capacity Building Foundation sent in a mission here to identify capacity needs for Liberia.
The African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) is planning to organise a two-day event in Abidjan at the end of June in which it will officially launch its five-year strategy for the years 2017--2021, and where it will hold a donor pledging session to fund its needs.
The event was organised by the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF)--which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year--the UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the African Union (AU).
Leautier is Chairperson and Co-Founding Partner of Mkoba Private Equity, and previously served as Executive Secretary of the African Capacity Building Foundation
"The African Capacity Building Foundation [ACBF] has been described by many important people as Africa's best-kept secret", says Prof.
In our November 2014 issue, we said the first African continental think-tank summit was held in Pretoria in February, organised by the University of Pennsylvania, the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), the African Leadership Center, and the Institute for Security Studies, entitled Think-tanks and the Transformation of Africa.
Leautier, the former executive secretary of the African Capacity Building Foundation, says: "Think-tanks have played an effective role in Africa's development and will remain an integral component in the quest for poverty reduction and sustainable development for some time to come.
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