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Our Vision: Africa capable of achieving its own development.

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“ ACBF was established by African Governments and their Development Partners to help build sustainable human and institutional capacity for good governance and development management. ”

Africa Capacity Bulletin

African Capacity Issue 10

Welcome to the tenth edition of Africa Capacity. The African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) believes in an Africa that is able to achieve its own development.

Africa Capacity Issue 9

Welcome to the ninth edition of Africa Capacity. The ACBF member countries are increasingly honoring their membership contribution to the Foundation which, in turn, is key to enable us fulfill our mandate on capacity development in Africa

Africa Capacity Issue 8

Welcome to the eighth edition of Africa Capacity. The Africa Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) continues to drum the relevance of Africans making the continent "The Africa We Want". In line with the African Union Agenda 2063 - "a strategy to optimize use of Africa's resources for the benefits of all Africans"

Africa Capacity Issue 7

This issue highlights yet other achievements by the Foundation through a variety of programs that its supports across our continent. Capacity building can only bear positive fruits when gaps have been identified and solutions put into place to remedy the deficiencies.

Africa Capacity Issue 6

ACBF has successfully supported the continent in building capacity for the formulation and management of economic policies and in achieving strengthened public administration, transparent and accountable financial management.

Africa Capacity Issue 5

Welcome to the fifth edition of Africa Capacity. ACBF acknowledges the importance of partnerships in building capacity in Africa. In September, the Foundation and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAT) agreed on a partnership to strengthen knowledge sharing and learning

Africa Capacity Issue 4 | Jul - Aug 2014

Welcome to the fourth edition of the Africa Capacity Bulletin. It has been a busy time at the Foundation as we engage deeper with our various stakeholders in our efforts to remain abreast and ahead of the capacity development agenda on the continent. At the Foundation level we have continued in our efforts to better connect with our Boards.

Africa Capacity Issue 3 | May - June 2014

Welcome to our third edition of the bulletin. Our annual Board of Governors meeting took place in Dakar Senegal on 26 & 27 June, with the theme: “Building Capacity for Domestic Resource Mobilization.”

Africa Capacity Issue 2 | March - April 2014

Welcome to the second edition of our bulletin. On 26 & 27 June 2014, ACBF’s Governors will meet in Dakar Senegal to discuss pertinent issues concerning the Foundation’s work and how to strengthen and finance it so that it can continue to promote capacity development across Africa.

Africa Capacity Issue 1 | January - February 2014

Welcome to the first edition of our bulletin for 2014. After assuming duty as Executive Secretary on 2 December 2013, we have hit the ground running with exciting times ahead.

ACBF's financial support to our institution has helped us a great deal. We look forward to continued partnership with ACBF in pursuit of capacity building in STEM for Africa's sustainable development.


Prof. Burton Mwamila , Vice Chancellor , The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology

The Africa we want, others have wanted it before us.


Dr. Hesphina Rukato , Development Consultant , Great Dyke Investments

The time to accelerate capacity building is now or never. The continent does not have the luxury to waste time anymore


Phelekezela Mphoko , Vice-President , Zimbabwe

The Africa rising narrative can no longer be denied. Africa has over the past decade, made the greatest economic gains than any other region in the world


Addoulaye Mar Dieye , UNDP Director Regional for Africa ,

Government must lead, catalyze, support, and invest by bringing in partners to fix market failures and mitigate risk


President Paul Kagame , President , Rwanda
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