Strategic agenda for development management in Africa in the 1990s
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa. Public Administration, Human Resources, and Social Development Division;
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This document contains a Strategic Agenda for Development Management in Africa in the 1990s which was elaborated and adopted by participants at a major regional conference on the theme Development Management in Africa: Thirty Years of Experience, Emerging Challenges and Future Priorities held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, during 8-12 March, 1993.The measures and moralities identified in this document will require a willingness on the part of both governments and Africa's partners to make adjustment in their approaches and operations. None of these, however, should be difficult to make! given the significant gains that can be made in the long run. in the interest of Africa's future, we believe that what is being asked of everybody here is very little and achievable. The costs of not acting now, however, are forbidding. For these reasons, we hope that all actors involved in managing Africa's development,whether local or external, will embrace the recommendations made in this document with the seriousness that they deserve and forge a dedicated partnership for its effective implementation.