IIAGIndependent Insurance Agents of Georgia
IIAGInsurance Internal Audit Group (Halifax, PA)
IIAGIndustry Implementation Advisory Group (Tourism Australia; Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
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The Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) ), which was launched in 2007, is generated by measuring Safety and Rule of Law, Participation and Human Rights, Sustainable Economic Opportunity and Human Development as indicators of good governance.
The 2018 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG), launched on Monaday, October 29, by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, highlights that public governance progress in Africa is lagging behind the needs and expectations of a growing population, composed mainly of young people.
"As a result, between 2013 and 2017, half of the IIAG's 14 sub-categories are declining."PARTICIPATIONParticipation and human rights, the report found, has "undoubtedly improved" over the last ten years, driven by strong progress in participation and gender.
He began attending IIAG Conventions in 2005, and one week after coming to his first event, he was asked to serve on the YAC board as the First Timers Liaison.
"The pace of change is disappointing but change takes time, generations even," says Mo Ibrahim, head of the eponymous foundation that runs and publishes the IIAG. "But what is important to note is that we are still moving forward, and not falling back in terms of good governance.
The tenth edition of the IIAG, the most comprehensive analysis of African governance undertaken to date, brings together a decade of data to assess each of Africa's 54 countries against 95 indicators drawn from 34 independent sources.
Good Governance--The 2011 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) is employed in this essay to measure good governance.
London 30 September 2014-- Mauritius has been ranked first in the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) 2014 for the eighth consecutive year.
(26) Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG, http://www.moibrahimfoundation.org/interact/, accessed on 24 September, 2013.
Egypt is ranked fourth out of 52 African countries in the Rural Sector in terms of public resources for rural development and access to land and water for the low income rural population, according to the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) 2013.
The 2013 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) shows that Namibia is one of eight countries to have remained consistently in the index's top ten since 2000--along with Mauritius, Botswana, Cape Verde, South Africa, Seychelles, Tunisia and Ghana.