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 ...
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, ...
Colloque conjoint BAD/CEA: Réduction de la pauvreté et objectifs de développement du Millénaire: quelles sont les répercussions de l'épidémie du VIH/SIDA?
Le colloque est en train de prendre des dispositions pour que les deux institutions, en collaboration avec l'Union africaine, parrainent et organisent conjointement le prochain Forum pour le développement de l'Afrique. Le ...
Assurer le développement durable en Afrique
Cette année est certainement la plus chargée que nous ayons eu depuis longtemps en ce qui concerne les problèmes de développement de l'Afrique. Encore faut-il qu'elle soit aussi féconde.
AIDS: the greatest leadership challenge
This report covers the Heads of State Forum held on December 7, Thursday in the morning. The main themes on December 7th was Leadership Consensus and the Plenary was addressed by Heads of State.
Opening statement by K.Y. Amoako Executive Secretary of ECA at the opening of the ninth conference of African planners, Statisticians, and population and information scientists
Opening statement by K.Y. Amoako Executive Secretary of ECA at the opening of the ninth conference of African planners, Statisticians, and population and information scientists.
African women and economic development : Investing in our future
This conference is a hallmark not only of our 40th anniversary, but of our reform. It is structured to highlight forward-looking issues, to bridge sectors, to foster results-oriented discussions, and to share joy in our ...
Beijing +5 : towards a golden era for social development in Africa
This document is a speech made by K.Y. Amoako at the sixth Regional Conference on Women in Addis Ababa.