Held annually since 2010, the Ibrahim Forum aims to tackle specific issues that are of critical importance to Africa, and require both committed leadership and governance.
Bringing together a diverse range of high-level African stakeholders belonging to various public and private constituencies, as well as selected non-African partners, the Forum is an open and frank discussion. It aims to go beyond stating issues and renewing commitments by defining pragmatic strategies, operational action points and shared responsibilities.
In order to facilitate this and to focus energies on a constructive debate, the Foundation publishes a ‘Facts and Figures’ document for each Forum. The document compiles the best and most recent data and analysis relevant to the issues to be addressed.
Since this year sees the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of African unity, the focus of the 2013 Ibrahim Forum is on the major opportunities and challenges the continent will
have to tackle over the next 50 years.
To launch the debate, this ‘Facts and Figures’ provides highlights on Africa’s potential assets and challenging hurdles, and outlines some key policy priorities that will require exceptional leadership and governance.
2013 Ibrahim Forum
Facts & Figures
Addis Ababa, November 2013
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