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Africa Progress Report 2012

Africa Progress Report 2012

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Jobs, Justice and Equity
AriaProgressReport 2012
Seizing opportunities in times of goba change
The Africa Progress Pane (APP) consists of ten distinguished individuas from the private and pubic sector, who
advocate on global issues of importance to Africa and the world. Mr Ko Annan, former Secretar-General ofthe United Nations and Nobel laureate, chairs the APP and is closel involved in its da-to-da work.The Panel’s uniue convening power allows it to focus on complex and high-impact issues such as globalgovernance, peace and securit, climate change, food securit, sustainable economic development, andthe Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). While these problems have immediate ramications for Africa, their solutions reuire the coming together of a wide range of stakeholders within and outside Africa.The life experiences of Panel members give them a formidable abilit to access a wide and deep cross-sectionof societ. This means the are well placed to affect change on issues that reuire the engagement of multiplestakeholders. The Panel’s primar objective is to advocate for shared responsibilit between African leaders and
their internationa partners to ensure sustainabe and equitabe deveopment in Africa.
The Africa Progress Report is the Africa Progress Panel’s agship publication. Its purpose is to provide an overviewof the progress Africa has made over the previous ear. The report draws on the best research and analsis
avaiabe on Africa and compies it in a refreshing and provocative manner. Through the report, the Pane
recommends a series of polic choices and actions for African polic makers who have primar responsibilit for Africa’s progress, as well as vested international partners and civil societ organisations.
Olusegun ObasanjoLinah MohohloRobert RubinTidjane ThiamMuhammad Yunus
Ko Annan
Michel CamdessusPeter EigenBob GeldofGraça Machel
Jobs, Justice and Equity:
Seizing Opportunities in Times of Goba Change
Caroline Kende-Robb (Africa Progress Panel), Kevin Watkins (Brookings Institution), Peter da Costa (AfricaProgress Panel) and Richard Manning (Oxford Universit) led the report’s preparation and research.The Africa Progress Panel would like to thank the following contributing authors: Nicholas Cheeseman (OxfordUniversit), Hubert Danso (Africa Investor), Shanta Devarajan (World Bank), Roberto Foa (Harvard Universit),Charles Lwanga-Ntale (Development Initiatives), Alexandre Marc (World Bank), Stephen N’Degwa (WorldBank), Emmanuel Nnadozie (UNECA), Jurgen Reitmaier (Consultant), Changong Rhee (Asian DevelopmentBank), Guido Schmidt-Traub (CDC Climat Asset Management).The Africa Progress Panel would also like to acknowledge the valuable contributions of N’Dri Assié-Lumumba(Cornell Universit), Nina Behrman (Editor), Richard Care (Founding Co-Chair, China-DAC Stud Group), PaulCollier (Oxford Universit), Jim Cust (Oxford Universit), Nathalie Delapalme (Mo Ibrahim Foundation), Alan Doss(Ko Annan Foundation), Jamie Drummond (ONE), Magnus Ericsson (Raw Material Group), Louise Fox (World Bank),Benedikt Franke (Cambridge Universit), Patricia Geli (World Bank), Barbara Goedde (Ko Annan Foundation),Alan Hinman (Task Force for Global Health), Andrew Johnston (Editor), Elsie Kanza (World Economic Forum), KarutiKaninga (South Consulting), Michael Keating (UN), Christoph Lakner (Oxford Universit), Frankln Lisk (Warwick Universit), Carlos Lopes (UNITAR), Strive Masiiwa (Econet), Festus Mogae (Former President of Botswana and
Coaition for Diaogue on Africa), Michae Moer (Consutant), Esther Mwaura (Grassroots Organizations Operating
Together in Sisterhood), Archbishop Ndungane (African Monitor), Alosius Ordu (World Bank), Patrick Osakwe(UNCTAD), Sarah Papineau (UNDP), Judith Randel (Development Initiatives), Alastair Robb (UK Department for 
Internationa Deveopment), Vaentine Rugwabiza (Word Trade Organization), Eisabeth Sandor (OECD), Tesfai
Tecle (Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa), Caroln Turk (World Bank), Alson Warhurst (Maplecroft), andJiajun Xu (Oxford Universit).The APP would also like to acknowledge the generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the
German Deveopment Cooperation (GIZ) and the UK Department of Internationa Deveopment (DFID).
Caroline Kende-Robb, Executive Director Violaine BeixJared BlochAlinka Brutsch
Peter da CostaKibrom Mehari
Temitao Omotola
Caroina RodriguezZeaem Teferra
The cover design is inspired b the pattern found on the Ethiopian magic scroll of Wälättä-Gabriel from the 19thcentur. Magic Scrolls are a traditional form of talismanic and gurative art from the Horn of Africa.Infographics b Carolina Rodriguez in collaboration with Blossom Communications (Milan).Printed b Paper Forms in Lausanne, Switzerland on reccled paper.This report ma be freel reproduced, in whole or in part, provided the original source is acknowledged.

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