African Renaissance and Development
Authors: Alfa Oumar Diallo
Number of views: 1994
The African chiefs of State, after the transformation of the Organization of the African Unity in African Union, proposed the New Partnership for the Development of Africa (NEPAD), like an area for a new relation of partnership between Africa and the international community. In this sense of new partnership, the African leaders got involved in promoting in his countries, in his region and in the continent, the peace, the security, the democracy, the good government, the respect of the human rights and a healthy economical management, like a strategy to orientate the development of Africa in the century XXI. The NEPAD caused a positive reaction in the international community.
The NEPAD rests on bases of lasting development in the continent, without which they become impossible concrete results. Between these bases we have: the democracy, the good government, the economical government and the government of the enterprises. To reach the objective, the NEPAD proposes institutional reforms like the use of ways of evaluation that allow to set the good government up definitely in the structures of the State.