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Africa’s voluntary National Reviews and domestication of Agenda 2063 for the HLPF 2022 : Peer-learning and resilient practices in the face of covid-19

African Peer Review Mechanism
July 2022

12 septembre 2022

This report provides a synthesis on the VNR processes and institutional arrangements in Africa guided by inputs and presentations by thirty (30) African countries that participated in the APRM workshops in 2021 in Djibouti and 2022 in Abuja. Knowledge-sharing and peer-learning between African countries are imperative to improve the operation of institutional mechanisms and coordination amongst national authorities. The High-level Political Forum 2022 is a milestone for the continent as twenty-one (21) African countries present their progress towards the achievement of the 2030 Agenda. Some African countries are also referring to Agenda 2063 in their VNRs to emphasize the strong linkages between both Agendas. Therefore, it is necessary to take stock of the institutional progress made towards VNRs, the SDGs and the synergies between the two Agendas.

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