Outcome of the Africa regional preparatory meeting for the fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries
This Outcome Document is the result of the African Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Regional preparatory meeting held on 8-9th March, Addis Ababa. It is part of the preparatory process for the Fourth United Nations Conference ...
Annual report 2003 : Twenty-second meeting of the Committee of Experts Thirty-sixth Session of the Commission/Conference of the Conference of African Ministers of Finance, of African Ministers of Finance, Planning and Planning and Economic Development
This document is a 2003 Annual report of the Twenty-second meeting of the Committee of Experts Thirty-sixth Session of the commission/Conference of the Conference of African Ministers of Finance, of African Ministers of ...
Implementation status of the conference resolution on the African charter on statistics achievements
This report deals with all actions and their outcomes and proposes recommendations for effective implementation of ongoing and future activities
Report of the meeting of the Committee of Experts of the first conference of African ministers responsible for sustainable development and the environment
For Africa, this Conference wishes to consider the strategies for enhancing the region's participation by: firstly, by trying to identify, particularly in the context of the 1997 review, sustainable development issues and ...
Proposed programme of work and priorities for the biennium 2010 - 2011
The overall objective of the proposed programme of work and priorities for the biennium 2010-2011 is to assist African countries to formulate and implement the policies and programmes that will lead to sustainable economic ...
Alternative patterns of domestic trade structures and mecanisms for the establishment of more rational distribution channels and domestic financial markets
During the colonial period; the major powers imposed economic and commercial policies on most African States which were orientated primarily towards the satisfaction of their own needs for primary products. Thus, the ...