High Fives

Declaration of SDGs – (2015):


- Adopted at the 70th anniversary of the UN

- The SDGs are ambitious and cross-cutting with a much broader scope than the MDGs – 17 goals with 169 targets.

  • They are universal – for the developing and developed world - showing the determination of all stakeholders to take trans-formative steps.

  • The resources needed to achieve them are estimated in trillions of dollars.                                                                                                              - The achievement of the SDGs requires concerted action by a multitude of actors and an interdependent mix of the available resources.

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                The Paris Declaration (five principles that make aid more effective):

  • Ownership - Developing countries set their own development strategies, improve their institutions and tackle corruption.

  • Alignment- Donor countries and organizations bring their support in line with these strategies and use local systems

  • Harmonization - Donor countries and organizations co-ordinate their actions, simplify procedures and share information to avoid duplication

  •  Managing Results - Developing countries and donors focus on producing and measuring results

  • Mutual Accountability - Donors and developing countries are accountable for development results 2nd FFD 


                         - Doha Déclaration - Quatar (2008)

                         - Busan Partnership agreement – Korea (2011)

                         - 3rd FFD Addis Ababa Action Agenda (AAAA) (2015)

                         - Declaration of SDGs – New York - (UN 70th Anniversary (2015) 

(Agenda 2030, AU Agenda 2063 Post 2015 Agenda, SDGs)

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                                       The Busan Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation 


fourth High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, Busan, Korea (2011)

  • Aimed to evaluate progress already made towards achieving more effective aid, and to define an agenda for the future.

Recognizes Global co-operation not as a simple relationship but a complex network that includes all national and global stakeholders

  • Recognizes the need to shift from aid effectiveness to effective development co-operation.

  • Emphasis on the role of aid as a complement to other sources of development financing.

  • It recognizes development co-operation as a catalyst to mobilize resources to achieve development goals.

Accra Agenda for Action (AAA):


- Accra, Ghana, (2008), developed and developing countries came together and endorsed the Accra Agenda for Action (AAA).

- The AAA seeks to strengthen and deepen implementation of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness.

- The AAA recognizes the value of co-operation that reaches beyond traditional aid arrangements to full-scale global partnership cooperation

  • Adopted in July 2015 at the 3rd FfD and it outlines the means of implementation for the SDGs.

  • It is built on the Monterrey and Doha agreement on FfD, which played key roles in mobilizing resources and partnerships needed for the MDGs

  • It is a milestone in forging a new global partnership that aims to foster universal and inclusive economic prosperity that leaves no country and no one or no group behind while protecting the environment

  • Taking into account the major shifts in global actors and markets, it calls on governments to work with and leverage all sectors of society, particularly the private sector. 

  • It calls for a wide range of resources – financial resources, technology development & transfer, capacity building, regional integration and creation of a national enabling environment for the implementation of the SDGs.

  • It calls for a revitalized global partnerships led by Governments to be a vehicle for strengthening international cooperation for implementation of the SDGs

  • It underscores that countries are primarily responsible for their own development; and recognizes that international support is central to accessing the necessary means of implementation for the SDGs


  • Promote Inclusive & Sustainable Industrial Development in Africa


  • Foster the Transfer of Skills in areas such as Technical, Project Management, Procurement & Negotiation, Operational/Manufacturing, Financial/Economic, (MDG 8)


  • Propose & Follow-Up of Quality and Secure Investment in Africa

  • By coordinated Expert Advisory Role & Project Re-structuring Tools engineered by our Financial Partners.


Through Memberships & Affiliation of African States to FICA

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