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Taking the New Partnership for Africa's Development seriously:
a response to NEPAD from the Advocacy Network for Africa (USA)


November 2002

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Table of contents
 
1.   Introduction
2.   Peace and security
3.   Democracy
4.   Human rights
5.   Economic development
6.   Education
7.   Health
8.   Gender equality and opportunity
9.   Conclusions
 
For further information about the Advocacy Network for Africa's work on NEPAD, contact Leon Spencer, Co-facilitator of ADNA, at the Washington Office on Africa, 212 East Capitol Street, Washington, DC 20003, U.S.A. Phone: 202/547-7503; Fax: 202/547-7505; E-mail: woa@igc.org

Or Mark Harrison, Facilitator of ADNA's NEPAD Working Group, at the United Methodist Church Gen-eral Board of Church and Society, 100 Maryland Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA. Phone: 202/488-5600; Fax: 202/488-5639; E-mail: mharrison@umc-gbcs.org

For further information about ADNA, visit our website at www.africapolicy.org/adna

For access to NEPAD critiques from African civil society and from various NGOs worldwide, visit the website of KAIROS: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives, a coalition including the Inter-Church Coalition on Africa, www.web.net/~iccaf/debtsap/nepad.htm




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