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The mission of OSAA is to:
* enhance international support for Africa's development and security through its advocacy and analytical work,
* assist the Secretary General in improving coherence and coordination of the UN system support to Africa, and
* facilitate inter-governmental deliberations on Africa at the global level, in particular relating to the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD).
The Office takes the lead in the preparation of Africa-related reports and inputs on NEPAD. ... [according to site editor's information]
LEAD-Nigeria, within LEAD-Anglophone West Africa, is a Member Program of LEAD International, a global NGO with a network of over 2,000 leaders and professionals in over 80 countries, who are inspired and committed to achieving leadership and good governance for a sustainable world. The LEAD Africa Fellowship Programme is a capacity development programme jointly initiated by LEAD International, LEAD Africa, and in partnership with the Shell Foundation. The program commits to contribute to enhancing the capacities of emerging, high-growth potential leaders, for the achievement of sustainable development in Africa. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
The website of the SAIRR "is home to the largest and most comprehensive database tracking trends on South Africa. It provides a wide variety of statistical and other data on South Africa, ranging from education, health, social development and welfare to business, employment, the economy, and politics. Subscribers have full access to this website while non-subscribers have limited access to certain resources."
Trends and policy analysis are made available via a number of monthly, annual, and occasional electronic and hard copy publications:South Africa Survey; Fast Facts; South African Mirror; Special Research Projects.
Some electronic publications are downloadable. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
The ATMS Project is sub-Saharan Africa's biggest and most ambitious human capital development effort in the private sector. Created to play a key role in Africa's economic development and operating in over twenty five countries, the Project provides human capital solutions that lead to wealth creation via the private sector and commercially operated state enterprises. It comprises two separate, but interrelated components, The AMTS Foundation and AMSCOBV.
The ATMS Project is a regional project of UNDP. The IFC is the executing agency and the AfDB regional coordinanting agency. ... [according to site editor's information]
The Tanzania Development Gateway is an Internet portal that provides and promotes online networking, sharing, exchange and dissemination of knowledge, ideas and information on development matters. In the short-term, the Gateway is envisioned as Internet portal that will promote the dissemination of comprehensive information on development and other country-level issues. In the long term, it is hoped that the Gateway will expand from being Internet portal to act as facilitator developing the Internet economy in the country. ... [according to site editor's information]
The International Growth Centre (IGC) aims to promote sustainable growth in developing countries by providing demand-led policy advice based on frontier research. Based at LSE and in partnership with Oxford University, the IGC is initiated and funded by DFID. The IGC has 14 active country programmes in 13 countries (Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Ghana, India (Bihar state and Central), Liberia, Mozambique, Pakistan, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia) as well as 10 research programmes spanning topics such as trade, agriculture, macroeconomics and human capital. ... [according to site editor's information]