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African leaders have recognized the urgency of investing in Africa’s women and youth to ensure they are productive agents of their growing economies. The Africa Centre and its partners are working with African Union institutions facilitating the implementation of the African Union Agenda 2063, “The Africa We Want”. Beyond this policy, African Centre and its partners wants to see that African governments will need to work closely with the private sector, multilateral organizations and civil society to scale up the programmes that work and make that agenda a reality. For more information contact mbemba@africacentre.ie,

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