First meeting of the African regional conference on science and technology
A statement made by K. Y. Amoako about First meeting of the African regional conference on science and technology.
Meeting the challenge of sustainable development in Africa
This paper deals with meeting the challenge of sustainable development in Africa.
African Universities, the Private Sector, and Civil Society: Keynote address by Dr. K. Y. Amoako, UN under-secretary-general and executive secretary of ECA
Higher education has almost entirely been a creature of the State in Africa. By many measures, the State has done reasonably well as the custodian of higher education. From six universities in sub-Saharan African in 1960 ...
Perspectives on Africa's development
The speeches collected in this volume reflect the hope that Africans can justifiably feel, as painful economic and political reforms begin to pay off in higher rates of economic growth, improved living standards and more ...
Briefing to the African Diplomatic Corps on the May 1996 Conference of Ministers
The purpose the remarks is to brief on the up-coming Conference of Ministers, on the process of renewal at ECA which will be the heart of the agenda of this meeting of the conference and to Ask the participant to make the ...
U.S. - Africa ministerial partnership for the 21st century
This paper represents a speech made by K. Y. Amoako at the U.S.-Africa Ministerial: Partnership for the 21st Century.
Preliminary assessment of the performance of the African economy in 1995 and prospects for 1996 : end-of-year statement
The world economy continued on the path of recovery from the political and economic upheavals of the last decade and the global recession of the early 1990s. Perhaps even more important, current trends in the world economy, ...
A new global deal for LDC's - a new global compact with Africa
This Ministerial meeting takes place in advance of two important United Nations Conferences: the UN High Level Event on Financing for Development, and the Third United Nations Conference on Least Developed Countries.