Co-organised by OSAA, the AUC, UNECA, and UN-Habitat
The urban and demographic transitions currently underway in Africa are two of the most important shifts with profound implications for inclusive growth and transformation. Urbanization and population growth, and their potential and risks, present invaluable opportunities and challenges for Africa. Photo: Lagos, Africa's Model Mega-City, QCPTV.com
- Africa’s Youth on the Rise! Harnessing Africa’s Youth dividend to achieve prosperity for all (ECOSOC Youth Forum, 31 January 2017)
- Observance of Africa Industrialization Day (21 November 2016)
- Infrastructure and Development Within the Context of Africa's Cooperation with New and Emerging Development Partners (OSAA-NEPAD, 2015)
- Microfinance in Africa
Overview and Suggestions for Action by Stakeholders (OSAA, 2015)
- Africa's Decade of Change
Reflections on 10 Years of NEPAD (NEPAD, ECA, OSAA, 2013)
- Economic Diversification in Africa - A Review of Selected Countries (OECD, OSAA, NEPAD, 2011)
- Africa's Cooperation with New and Emerging Development Partners: Options for Africa's Development (OSAA, 2010)
- 27 March 2017 Near East and North Africa: Conflicts threaten to erode gains in region’s zero-hunger battle
- 24 March 2017 UN agencies, partners to launch polio vaccination campaign across Africa
- 22 March 2017 UN atomic agency co-hosts international meeting on cancer in developing countries
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Africa in Transformation
- Agenda 2063 is a vision for Africa by Africans for "an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens and representing a dynamic force in the global arena."
- Women and girls are driving the progress towards economic, environmental, socio-cultural, political, scientific and technological goals in Africa.
The Sixth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD-VI) will be held on 27 & 28 August 2016 in Nairobi. Learn more about OSAA at TICAD-VI.
- On 22 April 2016, 175 parties signed the Paris Agreement. The Agreement is critical for Africa's efforts to mitigate climate change and adapt to the impact of climate variability.
- The UN General Assembly reaffirmed its support to Africa in the new 2030 Agenda for sustainable development.