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  • Title: Mo Ibrahim Foundation | Home
    Descriptive info: .. downloads.. Mo Ibrahim Foundation: Overview.. 2012 IIAG Interactive Excel.. 2012 IIAG Summary Report.. 2012 IIAG Data Report.. 2012 IIAG: Structure.. African Youth: Fulfilling the Potential.. African Agrculture: From Meeting Needs to Creating Wealth.. Regional Economic Integration.. 2011 Ibrahim Forum Summary.. Prize Committee Terms of Reference.. 2011 Prize Citation.. 2012 IIAG Methodology.. Indicators | Safety & Rule of Law.. Indicators | Participation & Human Rights.. Indicators | Sustainable Economic Opportunity.. Indicator Records | Human Development.. 2012 Data Providers.. Social Media Competition Terms.. media.. En.. ABOUT.. overview.. news.. the board.. contact.. IBRAHIM.. INDEX.. country profiles.. interact.. methodology.. partners.. PRIZE.. laureates.. prize committee.. FORUM.. agriculture.. SCHOLARSHIPS.. FELLOWSHIPS.. leadership fellowships.. scholarships.. MIF Dakar, Governance Weekend.. from.. Mo Ibrahim Foundation.. on.. Vimeo.. Dakar - Full Build Timelapse.. Ibrahim Governance Weekend.. Watch  ...   of October 2012.. The Mo Ibrahim Foundation announced a one-off extraordinary award to Archbishop Desmond Tutu in recognition of his lifelong commitment to speaking truth to power.. Recent.. News.. all news.. 2012-11-10.. Archbishop Desmond Tutu receives Special Award.. by MIF.. Archbishop Desmond Tutu receives Special Award from Mo Ibrahim Foundation for speaking tr.. continue reading.. 2012-11-02.. Facts & Figures on African Youth released.. The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has released the 2012 Facts and Figures on African Youth.. The r.. 2012-10-19.. Message from Mo.. by Mo Ibrahim.. This year, my Foundation withheld our Leadership Award for the third time in six years.. T.. 2012-10-15.. No laureate for the 2012 Ibrahim Prize.. No laureate this year for the Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership.. 2012 Mo Ibrahim Foundation..

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  • Title: Mo Ibrahim Foundation | Contact
    Descriptive info: Back to Top.. Contact.. Postal Address.. Mo Ibrahim Foundation 3rd Floor North.. 35 Portman Square London, W1H 6LR.. UK.. Telephone Number.. For Media Enquiries only +44 (0)20 7535 5088.. Fax Number.. +44 (0)20 7535 5061.. Email Addresses.. forum@moibrahimfoundation.. org.. index@moibrahimfoundation.. info@moibrahimfoundation.. media@moibrahimfoundation.. Funding.. The Mo Ibrahim Foundation invests in governance and leadership to catalyse Africa’s transformation.. In support of these objectives, the Foundation has created and is funding five major initiatives.. We do not provide funding or support for other projects.. Please do not submit proposals to the Foundation as  ...   of these are available.. here.. The Foundation does not provide additional scholarship support.. The scholarships are administered by the institutions with which the Foundation has partnerships.. Therefore all queries should be directed to these institutions.. Please do not contact us with any queries for additional scholarships or for questions relating to your specific application as we will not respond.. Vacancies.. All vacancies will be advertised on the Foundation's website, please check regularly for updates.. If you are interested in an internship please submit your CV and covering letter in June..

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  • Title: Mo Ibrahim Foundation | Media
    Descriptive info: 2012 IIAG Launch London, UK.. Press Releases.. Audio Files and Transcripts.. Photos.. Data Visualisations.. Reports.. Background.. Videos.. Country Profiles.. Algeria.. Angola.. Benin.. Botswana.. Burkina Faso.. Burundi.. Cameroon.. Cape Verde.. Central African Republic.. Chad.. Comoros.. Congo.. Democratic Republic of the Congo.. Côte d'Ivoire.. Djibouti.. Egypt.. Equatorial Guinea.. Eritrea.. Ethiopia.. Gabon.. Gambia.. Ghana.. Guinea.. Guinea-Bissau.. Kenya.. Lesotho.. Liberia.. Libya.. Madagascar.. Malawi.. Mali.. Mauritania.. Mauritius.. Morocco.. Mozambique.. Namibia.. Niger.. Nigeria.. Rwanda.. São Tomé and Príncipe.. Senegal.. Seychelles.. Sierra Leone.. Somalia.. South Africa.. Swaziland.. Tanzania.. Togo.. Tunisia.. Uganda.. Zambia.. Zimbabwe..

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  • Title: Mo Ibrahim Foundation | Overview
    Descriptive info: Overview.. The Mo Ibrahim Foundation invests in governance and leadership to catalyse Africa s transformation.. By providing tools and advocating for progressive leadership and responsible management, the Foundation works to bring about meaningful change in Africa.. Africa has made considerable progress in recent years.. New challenges arise, however, as the continent grapples with the question of translating material wealth into improved quality of life for citizens.. The contradictions of growth without sufficient employment or economic gains without matching rights for citizens produce imbalances that can only be resolved through more effective government - visionary leadership and responsible governance.. Overall improvements will occur when governments define an inclusive vision that builds on available human and natural resources, use data to assess results and determine the choices they make, and pursue implementation with vigour and determination.. Leadership.. is centred on setting priorities or making choices and taking risks.. Progressive leadership.. defines a.. clear and coherent vision.. that is.. inclusive, inspirational and innovative.. requires.. courageous and forward-looking decision-making.. delivers results.. The Foundation focuses on highlighting examples of successful leadership and on providing opportunities and access for potential leaders to enhance leadership in Africa.. Governance.. is centred on the implementation of policies and the management of risk.. Responsible management ensures.. optimal allocation.. of limited resources.. inclusivity.. of all sectors of society.. balanced.. pursuit of successful development.. effective implementation and delivery.. of programmes.. The Foundation focuses on promoting a data-driven and results orientated approach to policy-making and on bringing together diverse stakeholders to improve the quality of governance in Africa.. These aims are achieved through the Foundation s core programme areas:.. The Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG).. Established in 2007, the Ibrahim Index is the most comprehensive  ...   Pires of Cape Verde (2011) and President Nelson Mandela (Honorary).. The Laureates provide role models for the continent.. The Ibrahim Prize enables them to use their skills and experience at the continental level once they have left national office.. The Prize Committee may choose not to award the Prize, as was the case in 2009 and 2010.. The Ibrahim Forum.. Established in 2009, the Ibrahim Forum is an annual high-level discussion forum on major African issues, facilitated by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.. The Forum brings together a diverse range of stakeholders and identifies priorities for action.. Existing data and research on Forum issues are compiled by the Foundation as the basis for informed and constructive debate, and as a means to identify the gaps and advocate for improved information.. Discussion is focused on the achievement of meaningful results on a particular issue and is made up of bold and thought-provoking commentary on current challenges.. The Ibrahim Leadership Fellowships Programme.. Established in 2010, the Ibrahim Leadership Fellowships form a selective programme designed to identify and prepare outstanding African leaders by providing them with mentoring opportunities in key multilateral institutions.. Ibrahim Leadership Fellows are hosted at the African Development Bank, the UN Economic Commission for Africa and the World Trade Organization.. The Fellowships develop the skills of successful young Africans and provide opportunities for candidates from a range of sectors to gain first-hand experience of multilateral institutions.. The Ibrahim Scholarship Programmes.. Established in 2007, and evolving to accommodate shifting African dynamics, the Ibrahim Scholarships are a range of programmes to support aspiring African leaders at a number of distinguished academic institutions.. The scholarships are designed to develop the talent of outstanding young Africans in selected disciplines..

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  • Title: Mo Ibrahim Foundation | News
    Descriptive info: Archbishop Desmond Tutu receives Special Award from Mo Ibrahim Foundation for speaking truth to power.. Dakar, 10 November 2012 Archbishop Desmond Tutu accepted a one-off Special Award from the Mo Ibrahim Foundation this evening in Dakar recognising his lifelong commitment to speaking truth to power.. The Award was presented personally to Archbishop Tutu during the Mo Ibrahim Foundation s annual governance weekend, which focuses this year.. The report will inform discussions to be held during the 2012 Ibrahim Forum in Dakar, Senegal, on the theme,.. African Youth: Fulfilling the Potential.. Africa is the only continent with a significantly growing youth population.. In less than three generations, 41% of the.. This prompted much hand-wringing over the state of Africa and in particular the futility of this initiative and the bad name it was  ...   Committee of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation met in London yesterday to conclude its deliberations on the 2012 Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership.. Following its meeting, the Prize Committee informed the Board of the Foundation that it had not selected a winner for 2012.. The Prize is an annual US$5 million award paid over 10 years and US$200,000.. 2012 IIAG Launch.. The 2012 Index of African Governance (IIAG) has been launched in London.. This is the sixth year in which governance outcomes in Africa have been measured, looking at both country and regional performances across four major categories -Safety Rule of Law, Participation Human Rights, Sustainable Economic Opportunity and Human Development and 88 component indicators.. Once again, the data point to some important findings that can assist leaders and citizen.. 2012-10-04..

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  • Title: Mo Ibrahim Foundation | The Board
    Descriptive info: Mo Ibrahim | Chair.. Mo Ibrahim is an expert in mobile communications and founder of one of Africa’s most successful companies, Celtel International.. Lord Cairns.. Lord Cairns is currently Chairman of the Board of the UK’s Charities Aid Foundation.. Nathalie Delapalme.. Nathalie Delapalme is Director of Research and Policy at the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.. Hadeel Ibrahim.. Hadeel Ibrahim is the founding Executive Director of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.. Abdoulie Janneh.. Abdoulie Janneh is the former UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), prior to which he was UNDP Regional Director for Africa.. Sir Ketumile Masire.. Sir Ketumile Masire was Botswana’s second president, serving for 18 years from 1980-1998.. Jay Naidoo.. ay is the Chairperson of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), a global foundation headquartered in Geneva that is committed to addressing malnutrition facing two billion people in the world.. Mary Robinson.. Mary Robinson has been a leading campaigner for human rights throughout her life.. Salim Ahmed Salim.. Salim Ahmed Salim is one of Africa’s most senior diplomats and statesmen.. The.. Board.. Founded in 1998, Celtel International has brought the benefits of mobile communications to millions of people across the African continent.. The company operates in 15 African countries, covering more than a third of the continent's population, and has invested more than US$750 million in Africa.. In 2005, Celtel International was sold to MTC Kuwait for $3.. 4 billion.. In October 2006, Dr.. Ibrahim launched the Mo Ibrahim Foundation to support good governance and great leadership in Africa.. In 2007, Dr.. Ibrahim stepped down as Chairman of Celtel International to concentrate on this initiative.. Sudanese by birth, Dr.. Ibrahim has received a number of awards which recognise his work as an academic, businessman and philanthropist.. Among them are the GSM Association Chairman's Award (2007), the telecommunication industry's highest accolade, and the BNP Paribas Prize for Philanthropy (2008).. In 2008, Dr.. Ibrahim was listed by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.. He has had a distinguished business career leading some of the UK's most successful investment banks.. A development economist by training, Lord Cairns was Chairman of Allied Zurich and BAT Industries plc and also Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SG Warburg.. He has also chaired Actis Capital LLP (formerly CDC Group plc), one of the largest emerging market venture capital operations, with investments in agriculture, financial services, industry and infrastructure in eighteen African countries.. Alongside Cyril Ramaphosa, Lord Cairns founded and chaired the Commonwealth Business Council at the request of former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and President Thabo Mbeki of South Africa.. The organisation continues to provide a platform for governments and the private sector to work together to increase trade and investment across the Commonwealth, with a particular focus on Africa.. Between 1981 and 1992, Lord Cairns chaired Voluntary Service Overseas, the organisationresponsible for placing over a thousand volunteers each year on a range of education, health and infrastructure projects.. Lord Cairns has also served as Chair of the Overseas Development Institute, which under his guidance more than doubled in size and significantly increased its range of work.. She was previously a French senior civil servant and she specialises in Africa and development policies.. Her most recent position was Inspector General at the Inspection Générale des Finances.. Prior to this, Mme.. Delapalme served the French Government as an advisor on Africa, Development and Humanitarian policies, in the offices of various Foreign Affairs Ministers, between 1995-1997 and 2002-2007.. She also served the French Senate as advisor for the Finance and Budgetary Commission, where she assessed a number of public expenditures and policies, notably in the development aid, foreign affairs, defense, education, environment, health and media sectors.. Educated in Paris at the Political Studies Institute and University Panthéon-Assas, Mme.. Delapalme specialised in the public sector division and received a post-graduate diploma in applied economics.. She focused particularly on the impact of demographic changes and international migrations.. Mme.. Delapalme belongs to the editorial committee of the publication Commentaire and sits as a member on the boards of trustees for AMREF-France, Agrisud and the Elle Foundation.. She has published several articles on the  ...   Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), a global foundation headquartered in Geneva that is committed to addressing malnutrition facing two billion people in the world.. GAIN is a public–private partnership that brings together United Nations (UN) agencies, private businesses, philanthropic organizations, governments and civil societies around practical programmes in some 30 countries worldwide.. (www.. gainhealth.. org).. Jay is the co-founder an investment and management company, J&J Group.. In 2007 he set up the J&J Development Trust and dedicates himself full-time to voluntary work and social activism on a global scale.. He serves in an advisory capacity for a number of international organizations including the Broadband Commission of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the Lead Committee of the UNSG on Nutrition.. scalingupnutrition.. org ) He also serves on the Board of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation which focuses on Governance in Africa.. moibrahimfoundation.. From 1994 to 1999, Jay was the Minister responsible for South Africa’s Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP) and Communications Minister in Nelson Mandela’s Cabinet.. He was the founding General Secretary of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), the largest labour movement in SA, where he served three terms (1985 to 1993).. Jay was the recipient of the Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur (Legion of Honour), one of France’s highest decorations and many other awards.. He publishes a blog at.. www.. jaynaidoo.. Jay’s autobiography, Fighting for Justice is available in leading SA bookstores.. She served as the first female President of Ireland between 1990 and 1997.. At the end of her tenure, in recognition of her commitment to justice and equality, she was appointed as United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, a position she held between 1997 and 2002.. Dr.. Robinson is widely recognised for having developed a new level of engagement between Ireland and the developing world during her Presidency.. She was the first head of state to visit famine stricken Somalia, and the first to visit Rwanda after the genocide.. Since leaving the United Nations in 2002, Dr.. Robinson has continued to champion developing world issues through the founding of Realizing.. Robinson has continued to champion developing world issues through the founding of Realizing Rights, an ethical globalisation initiative focusing on developing fair and equitable trade, strengthening responses to HIV/AIDS and shaping more humane migration policies.. She is in the process of establishing a new foundation to tackle issues around climate change and climate justice, to be called the Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice.. Robinson has received widespread recognition for her efforts in the international arena.. In 2004, she was made an Amnesty International ‘Ambassador of Conscience'.. She is the honorary president of Oxfam International and a member of the Global Elders.. In 2009 Dr Robinson was awarded the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, the United States’ highest civilian honour, by President Barrack Obama.. He recently concluded service as the African Union’s Special Envoy for Darfur.. Salim began his political career in international diplomacy, serving Tanzania in numerous ambassadorial posts, including to Egypt, India, and China, and serving as Permanent Representative to the UN starting in 1970.. Six years later, he was elected President of the United Nations Security Council and went on to serve as President of the Thirty-Fourth Session of the United Nations General Assembly in September 1979.. He returned to Tanzania to take up a major role in domestic politics, holding several senior ministerial positions as well as that of Prime Minister.. He then resumed his international work, serving as Secretary General of the Organisation of African Unity from 1989 to 2001, overseeing its transformation into the African Union.. As Chair of the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonisation, Dr.. Salim helped entrench a new era of independence across the continent.. A leading figure in the fight against apartheid, he served as the Chairman of the United Nations Security Council Commission on Sanctions against Rhodesia, President of the International Conference on Sanctions against South Africa and President of the Paris International Conference on Apartheid.. In recognition of his contribution to Africa he has been awarded numerous national honours from an array of African countries, including Togo, Rwanda and Liberia..

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  • Title: Mo Ibrahim Foundation | Ibrahim Index
    Descriptive info: Ibrahim Index.. of.. African Governance.. (IIAG).. The IIAG provides an.. annual assessment of governance performance in Africa.. Funded and led by an African institution, and consisting of.. 88 indicators.. drawn from.. 23 independent international data providers.. , the IIAG is the most comprehensive collection of data on African governance.. The IIAG provides:.. a framework for citizens, public authorities and partners.. to assess.. the.. effective delivery.. of public goods and services.. an instrument for all stakeholders  ...   which to govern.. strong examples of responsible management.. a model for.. success based on a balanced.. , equitable and inclusive.. approach to governance.. Paucity of data.. in Africa remains a core.. concern for the Foundation.. To bolster existing data, which will enable more robust assessment of progress in Africa, the Foundation funds two major.. African initiatives.. which will.. provide new sources of data.. for the IIAG, while also creating a vital resource for all stakeholders..

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  • Title: Mo Ibrahim Foundation | Guinea
    Descriptive info: Guinea's.. recent performance in the.. of African Governance.. Rank.. (.. /52).. Category / Sub-Category.. Score (.. /100).. Change.. 2006.. 2007.. 2008.. 2009.. 2010.. 2011.. 06-11.. 42nd.. Overall.. 38.. 9.. 1.. 34.. 7.. 4.. 40.. 42.. 5.. 3.. 6.. 41st.. Safety Rule of Law.. 48.. 3.. 36.. 2.. 45.. 43.. -5.. 38th.. Rule of Law.. 37.. 15.. 14.. 33.. -3.. 43rd.. Accountability.. 27.. 17.. 21.. 32.. 28.. 0.. 25.. 8.. -1.. 36th.. Personal Safety.. 50.. 30.. 35.. -15.. 33rd.. National Security.. 78.. 73.. 88.. -0.. 26th.. Participation Human Rights.. 31.. 23rd..  ...   39.. 46.. 7.. Business Environment.. 41.. 39th.. Infrastructure.. 4.. 1.. 18.. Rural Sector.. 51.. 47th.. Human Development.. 0.. Welfare.. 40th.. Education.. 46th.. Health.. Guinea: Category Scores.. Guinea: Sub Category Ranks.. Guinea: Overall Score 2000 - 11.. Head of State/Gov:.. Alpha Condé.. since.. Decemeber 2010.. Rec Membership:.. CEN-SAD, ECOWAS.. Rank:.. /52.. Score:.. /100.. African Average:.. Additional Information.. Total Population (mil):.. 10.. Land Area (% of Africa):.. GDP (US$, billion):.. 5.. GDP Growth Rate (%):.. Gini Index:.. Life Expectancy (Years):.. 64.. Unemployment (%):.. NET ODA per capita (US$):.. NET ODA (% of GNI):..

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  • Title: 2012 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG)
    Descriptive info: 2012 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG).. Choose your language.. (English).. Fr.. (Français).. Please enable Javascript to explore the index.. English.. Français.. The Ibrahim Index.. About.. Contact.. © Mo Ibrahim Foundation 2012..

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  • Title: Mo Ibrahim Foundation | Methodology
    Descriptive info: Methodology.. The Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) is a composite index, constructed by combining underlying indicators in a standardised way to provide a statistical measure of governance performance in African countries.. As a progressive and consultative project, the IIAG continuously adapts, accommodating the input and critiques of stakeholders, and making use of suitable data as they become available.. Governance, as defined by the Board of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, is considered from the viewpoint of the citizen.. The definition is intentionally broad so as to capture all of the political, social and economic goods and services that a citizen has the right to expect from his or her state, and that any state has the responsibility to deliver to its citizens.. It can be summarised by four over-arching dimensions: Safety & Rule of Law, Participation & Human Rights, Sustainable Economic Opportunity, and Human Development.. As governance is not measurable directly, it is necessary to determine the most suitable proxy indicators that appropriately reflect this definition of governance.. Beyond the requirement for a particular indicator to be compatible with the Foundation s definition of governance, there are other criteria that the indicator must meet.. An included indicator should cover at least two thirds of the countries on the continent (35 or more) and should provide at least two years worth of data between 2000 and 2011.. The latest available data should not be more than three years old and new data releases should be regular (at least every three years).. Even when indicators meet these criteria, often their data sources do not provide data for all countries, in all years.. Missing raw data values in the IIAG are estimated using country mean substitution or extrapolation, where appropriate.. Some of the raw data used in the computation of the IIAG contain observations that lie an abnormal distance from other values of the indicator.. In the 2012 IIAG the following nine indicators required statistical treatment to reduce the effects of such outliers on final scores: Inflation; Refugees; Internally Displaced People; Reserves; Ratio of Budget Deficit or Surplus to GDP; Ratio of External Debt Service to Exports; Ratio of Total Revenue to Total Expenditure; Internet Subscribers; and Tertiary Enrolment.. As data included in the 2012 IIAG come from 23 separate institutions, and are on different scales at source, these raw data must be standardised in order to be meaningfully combined.. The data for each indicator are transformed by the method of Min-Max normalisation, which performs a linear transformation on the data whilst preserving the relationships among the original data values.. Min-Max normalisation subtracts the minimum value of  ...   IIAG and category scores to reflect this uncertainty.. Given that measurement imprecision exists in any governance index, users of the IIAG are encouraged to avoid the over-interpretation of small score differences.. The entire IIAG data set is updated each year, in accordance with best practices.. The addition of new indicators annually provides calibrations and refinements to the IIAG.. Retrospective revisions compelled by data reassessments at source mean that data used in the 2012 IIAG may be different in some instances from those used in the 2011 IIAG.. A country s rank in the 2012 IIAG is reflective of the Foundation s assessment based on the best available information at the time of construction.. Comparisons between years should therefore be performed entirely on the 2012 IIAG data set.. The data set used to calculate the 2012 IIAG comprises data from 2000 to 2011.. A score decline or improvement is described as “significant” through the use of standard statistical methodology at a 90% confidence level.. Some analysts may find it instructive to examine movements above or below this threshold.. Comparisons between sub-categories should only be made on the basis of rank.. These comparisons are relative (not absolute) for each country.. *.. Clustered indicators:.. 24 indicators were formed by clustering a number of underlying variables which each measure the same dimension and come from different sources, or measure similar concepts and come from the same source.. A cluster is formed by averaging the underlying variables (post normalisation).. Data Providers.. AfDB.. | African Development Bank.. BF.. | Bertelsmann Foundation.. CDD Ghana.. | Center for Democratic Development – Ghana.. CIRI.. | The Cingranelli-Richards (CIRI) Human Rights Data Project (CIRI).. EIU.. | Economist Intelligence Unit.. FH.. | Freedom House.. HER-WSJ.. | The Heritage Foundation and The Wall Street Journal.. IDMC.. | Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre.. IFAD.. | International Fund for Agricultural Development.. IGME.. | Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation.. IMF.. | International Monetary Fund.. IREEP.. | Institut de Recherche Empirique en Economie Politique.. ITU.. | International Telecommunication Union.. OECD.. | Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.. OHCHR.. | The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.. PTS.. | Political Terror Scale.. UCDP.. | Uppsala University, Department of Peace and Conflict Research - Uppsala Conflict Data Programme.. UNAIDS.. | Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.. UNESCO.. | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).. UNHCR.. | Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.. USDS.. | U.. S.. Department of State - Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons.. WB.. | International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, The World Bank.. WHO.. | World Health Organisation..

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  • Title: Mo Ibrahim Foundation | Partners
    Descriptive info: Advisory Council.. &.. Technical Committee.. Karin Alexander.. Institute of Democracy in Africa (Idasa), South Africa.. idasa.. Lord Cairns*.. Board Member, Mo Ibrahim Foundation.. Nathalie Delapalme*.. Keli Gadzekpo.. Databank, Ghana.. databankgroup.. com.. Dr E Gyimah-Boadi*.. Afrobarometer, and Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD Ghana), Ghana.. afrobarometer.. cddghana.. Dr Ali Hadi*.. American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt.. aucegypt.. edu.. Dr Abdalla Hamdok*.. United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), Ethiopia.. uneca.. Hadeel Ibrahim*.. Dr Daniel Kaufmann*.. Revenue Watch Institute, USA.. revenuewatch.. Dr Georges Nzongola-Ntalaja.. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.. unc.. Dr ’Funmi Olonisakin*.. King’s College London, UK; African Leadership Centre, Kenya.. africanleadershipcentre.. kcl.. ac.. uk.. Julie Oyegun.. World Bank Group, USA.. worldbank.. Dr Irene Pogoson.. University of Ibadan, Nigeria.. ui.. ng.. Dr Ebrima Sall*.. Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Senegal.. codesria.. Dr Akilagpa Sawyerr*.. Council of State; Government Negotiating Team on Review and Re-Negotiation of Mining Agreements; Volta River Authority, Ghana.. ghana.. gov.. gh/index.. php/governance/council-of-state.. vra.. Dr Piero Stanig*.. Hertie School of Governance, Germany.. hertie-school.. Dr Leonard Wantchekon*.. Institute for Empirical Research in Political Economy (IREEP), Benin; Princeton University, USA.. ireep.. princeton.. Dr Daniel Zovatto.. International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA).. idea.. int.. * Technical Committee Member.. Partners.. AFROBAROMETER.. Afrobarometer is  ...   social research and works to promote research and knowledge production in Africa.. GHANA CENTER FOR DEMOCRATIC DEVELOPMENT (CDD GHANA).. The Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD Ghana) is an independent, non-governmental and non-profit research and advocacy institute dedicated to the promotion of democracy, good governance and economic openness in Ghana and throughout Africa.. CDD Ghana’s research outputs and other services are available to and used by governmental and non-governmental agencies, African regional bodies and development partners as well as researchers and the general public.. GLOBAL INTEGRITY TRUST.. Global Integrity is an international non-governmental organisation that aims to deploy new techniques for monitoring corruption and governance.. Their work enables local and international stakeholders to make better decisions about governance and anti-corruption reform efforts.. Their flagship product is the annual Global Integrity Report, which is a tool for understanding governance and anti-corruption mechanisms at the national level in a diverse mix of countries around the world.. INSTITUT DE RECHERCHE EMPIRIQUE EN ECONOMIE POLITIQUE (IREEP).. The Institut de Recherche Empirique en Economie Politique (IREEP) is a not-for-profit institution that specialises in training, and empirical research for the creation and evaluation of public policy.. UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA (ECA).. The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) works to promote and enhance..

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