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Nepad's centrepiece was the African Peer Review Mechanism
(APRM), a mutually agreed, soul-baring process voluntarily accepted by the AU's member states as a self-monitoring mechanism.
The next group of chapters examine institutional topics, including the debate on national autonomous development; the New Partnership for Africa's Development, the African Peer Review Mechanism
, and institutional change; civil society and African Union architecture; and challenges of agricultural development and food security in relation to the New Partnership for Africa's Development initiative.
(18) This is the African Peer Review Mechanism
(APRM), which is voluntary and could be an effective conflict prevention tool.
The report on the implementation of the national plan of action on governance, presented by Algeria to Heads of State and Government of the member states of the African Peer Review Mechanism
(APRM), has received positive reactions, sources said Sunday in Addis Ababa.
The G8 welcomed progress in the African Peer Review Mechanism
(APRM) which aims at fostering governance reforms in Africa on a voluntary basis.
The AU presented the African Peer Review Mechanism
which aims to ensure mutual control between African states.
What bad particularly excited extra-African focus on the Nepad was the notion of an African Peer Review Mechanism
The discussion will focus on African women's concerns around NEPAD, the NEPAD Initial Action Plan, the G8 Initial Action Plan for Africa, the NEPAD Declaration on Political, Economic and Corporate Governance, the African Peer Review Mechanism
(APRM) and priorities for a NEPAD for African women (Shadow NEPAD).
Mr Rakgomo expressed the hope that the two leaders would discuss the African Peer Review Mechanism
(APRM) which Botswana acceded to as its 38th member.
Launch of Africa Summer School 2063 activities at the Center for Civic Education at El Gezira island - Press Photo The most prominent Egyptian diplomats, academicians and specialists from different African countries participate in the activities of Pan Africa Summer School 2063, with the participation of the Executive Secretariat of the African Peer Review Mechanism
Program, as well as (100) Egyptian and African students.