NEPAD

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NEPADNew Partnership for Africa's Development
NEPADNew Economic Program for African Development (est. 2001)
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(9) The New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) is the product of a series of processes and meetings among African leaders.
The New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) chief executive Officer, Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, said: "Africa has the potential to become a major food producer ensuring food security on our continent and beyond.
<p>It looked, in particular, at the African Union (AU)'s efforts to settle conflicts in several African countries and keep security and peace in the continent, arrangements to integrate the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) in AU's structures, the reform of the United Nations Organisation (UN) Security Council and the outcome of the Copenhagen Summit on climate change.
Collaborating on much larger projects with conglomerates such as Microsoft and Cisco in the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), the Intersat Group's main concern is "getting services to the bottom end of the pyramid," said Bakhrani.
'We think that the sums involved for the world to do so are a small proportion of what is being deployed right now to stimulate the world economy.' South Africa is the only African member of the G20 group of old and emerging economic powers, although Brown has asked umbrella groups the New Partnership for Africa's Development and the African Union Commission to attend the summit on April 2.
Her message was backed by Professor Wiseman Nkuhlu, former economic advisor to past-president Thabo Mbeki and former Chief Executive of the Secretariat of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad), who gave the keynote speech at the road show that travelled to every province between October and December.
The AU and the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) are developing strategies with leaders from 16 African countries that were chosen because their countries met several criteria, including "country has chronic malnourishment/malnutrition and is food insecure and is experiencing a worsening situation because of rising food prices." Plans for concrete, short- and medium-term measures to improve food security in these countries are expected to emerge from this conference.
He discusses the colonial political legacy, lack of developed markets and economic dependency, areas of concern with the New Partnership for Africa's Development, the need for re-structuring African polities, ethnic politics, pan- Africanism, and the African "brain drain."
Recognizing that, as Africa is the region suffering the most from the combined impacts of climate change and poverty, development initiatives such as the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) should be supported in the context of sustainable development,
In this process, partnerships with international donor communities, such as The New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), might play a crucial role.
Of particular interest are the African Union Commission, the African Development Bank, the UN Economic Commission for Africa, the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), and the regional Economic Commissions.
Under the 50x15 initiative AMD is collaborating with the Ugandan Government, the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), and 13 additional organisations.
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