AFRICAN MONITOR

AFRICAN VOICES FOR AFRICA’S DEVELOPMENT

 

African Monitor champions accelerated delivery of a people-centred,
action-focused sustainable development agenda in Africa.

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AFRICAN MONITOR

Welcome to the African Monitor. This organisation was established in 2006 as an independent continental body to monitor development funding…

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OUR MOTIVATION

African Monitor understand how the poor currently live and survive, hypothesizing that a better understanding of how communities…
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OUR VISION

An African continent rapidly achieving its development potential, whose people live in dignity, in a just society where basic needs are met…

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African Monitor believes that a perspective of Africa’s development should emerge, where political leaders, governments, business and the citizenry at large engage in a collective effort to ensure that African grassroots populations have:

  • sustainable livelihoods
  • a source of income, decent jobs and access to economic assets
  • access to quality services, education and health care, and
  • the capabilities, freedom and means to pursue their goals in peaceful a peaceful society

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