In this report, author Adotey Bing-Pappoe sets out to review the achievements of the APRM in seven countries – Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Benin, Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Ethiopia.
Organisations de la société civile, participons au Mécanisme africain d’évaluation par les pairs (MAEP)
Partership Africa Canada and INADES-Formation provide an explanation of the African Peer Review Mechanism, and give guidance to civil society organizations on how they can get involved. Available in French only.
NEPAD in Perspective
This booklet aims to summarise in plain and accessible language the main concepts, concerns and questions surrounding NEPAD. This version has a section on the APRM. Published in collaboration with CRDA, Ethiopia.
In this report, PAC provides civil society organizations with an overview of the APRM and NEPAD, and outlines the role that African civil society can play in strengthening the initiative. Furthermore, the report includes concrete recommendations for improving the APRM and the NEPAD to a variety of stakeholders.