Public Governance

Global Governance Innovation Report 2023: Redefining Approaches to Peace, Security & Humanitarian Action

Submitted by on Tue, 05/07/2024 - 11:45

This report does shed light on intersecting complexities in the global governance architecture. It offers a comprehensive roadmap for course correction in a divided world embattled by violent conflict, fragility, hyper-nationalism, refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs), pandemics, climate change-fueled crises, unchecked proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI), and growing tools of cyber-warfare.


Africa Governance Report (AGF) 2023: Unconstitutional Change of Government in Africa

Submitted by on Tue, 05/07/2024 - 11:44

Being third in series, the 2023 report authored by African Peer Review Mechanism on behalf of the African Governance Architecture (AGA) presents an analysis of the influences, causes, drivers and triggers of Unconstitutional Change of Government (UCG) in Africa. The analysis is identified by organs of the African Union (AU) and verified by an elaborate process of country targeted reviews.

Finance in Africa (Uncertain Times, Resilient Banks: African Finance at Crossroads)

Submitted by on Thu, 11/23/2023 - 08:11

The report was launched under the European Investment Bank’s (EIB) eighth annual Investment in Africa report covering the continent’s banking system. The report highlights that banking in Africa continues to show resilience and a desire to support Private Sector Development despite operating in a tough environment. Key banking indicators, such as capital ratios, profitability and non-performing loans, have not deteriorated despite the challenges the region is facing.


The Africa Sustainable Development Report (ASDR), 2022

Submitted by on Thu, 11/23/2023 - 08:09

This report comes at the midway of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development to which world leaders, including African leaders, made commitments in 2015, to end extreme poverty, inequality and climate change by 2030. In addition, the Ten-year implementation plan of the African Union’s Agenda 2063, titled, “the Africa We Want,” that was initiated in 2013, ends in 2023. This report is also paramount because it covers the period when the Covid-19 pandemic and the Ukraine-Russia crisis emerged with significant bearing on the implementation of both agendas.


World Development Report 2023: Migrants, Refugees, and Societies

Submitted by on Thu, 11/23/2023 - 08:08

This report highlights migration as one of the key emerging development issues. Approximately, a total of 84 million people (2.3 percent of the world’s population) live outside of their country of nationality. Consequently, almost half of them are in low- and middle-income countries and this report does provide framework to maximize the development impacts of migration, including how migration can help achieve the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The Local Economic Development (LED) report

Submitted by on Thu, 08/31/2023 - 18:46

This report reveals the Local Economic Development method undertaken to produce the NDP III results. In 2006, LED was introduced to Uganda as the sixth objective of the Decentralization Policy as decentralization was failing to get the population out of poverty as envisaged during conceptualization in 1993. Efforts were constructed to fulfill it but a bold step was made in 2014 with the development of the LED policy.

Report of the 6th Annual African Anti-Corruption Dialogue

Submitted by on Thu, 08/31/2023 - 18:45

The world has struggled with COVID-19 in the last few years which was accompanied by predicaments as a way of reaction from African countries to handle and bounce back from the pandemic. The urge for sound transparency and conformance is a result of these predicaments. This in turn would be a helping hand against corruption in the African countries.

World Development Report 2023: Migrants, Refugees and Societies

Submitted by on Thu, 08/31/2023 - 18:40

This report highlights migration, the movement of people from one usual place of residence to another as an essential matter. The world has about 184 million migrants and 43 percent live in low and middle-income countries. Migration issues are sweeping across and turning crucial as a result of the harsh differences between and within countries regarding real wages, labor market opportunities, demographic patterns, and climate costs.