AU in probes to partner with Ubujima
In todays world of digitally driven everything; even our human society, the African Union (AU) with its Agenda 2063 will just be a mere publication without a strong digital footprint.
AU Agenda 2063 & its challenges.
As Africa emerges, rises, and begins to forge a more positive outlook ahead, Pan-Africanist scholars and activist, business executives, community leaders, and policymakers are increasingly calling for concerted efforts to rethink the future and come up with big ideas for the 21st century. Recognizing this, in 2013, African heads of state and government launched the African Union (AU) Agenda 2063. As compared to previous efforts, Agenda 2063 is not just business as usual but even more ambitious. All concerns and critics point to the fact that there are a number of areas and action plans that have not been addressed, for that matter, seem to show that Africa is creating a vicious cycle of ambitious projects and ideas which barely meet implementation requirements.
Is Ubujima a or the likely solution
Ubujima’s founders envision that their efforts and success will compliment and solve the main key challenges of Agenda 2063 notably transparency and oversight, communication and education, data & analytics, and the all-time funding issue. But ultimately Ubujima stands independently to be the fundamental block of shaping and transforming Africa into a new social paradigm of direct democracy