The APRM was adopted by African Heads of State and Government as a systematic peer learning and self-assessment mechanism originating from the NEPAD foundational document
The APRM is a mutually agreed instrument voluntarily acceded to by AU member States as an African self-monitoring mechanism
The mandate of the APRM is to ensure the conformity of policies and practices of participating Member States
APRM Frequently Asked Questions
APRM has 4 main focus areas
Committee of Participating Heads of State and Government of African Union Member States
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The organization of an inclusive national structure to implement the APRM is highly crucial to the success of the APRM process
Committee of Participating Heads of State and Government of the Member States of the African Union who have voluntarily chosen to accede to the APRM
Executes its regular missions and achieves its key objectives with the help of its experienced staff and consultants from different African countries
Exercises oversight of the APRM process with a view to ensuring the independence, professionalism and credibility of the process
News releases, media contacts, speeches, meetings and workshops, and other ways that APRM engages with the public
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The communications contacts at the APRM
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Find out what is on right now/coming up in APRM
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