June 28, 2019 18:32

We aspire that by 2063, Africa will be:
- a major social, political, economic and security force in the
world, and that it has the share of global common goods (space,
terrestrial and oceanic) to which it is entitled;
- an actor who actively and equally participates in business
international institutions, multilateral institutions and a pilot of the
peaceful coexistence, tolerance and a just and viable world;
- fully capable and has the means to finance its

June 28, 2019 18:31

Africa will emerge as a strong global actor and partner,
resistant, peaceful and influential, playing an important role in business
international. We affirm the importance of unity and solidarity
African countries in the face of persistent external interference, including, in particular, the
attempts to divide the continent, as well as to pressures and threats.
undue sanctions imposed on certain countries.

June 28, 2019 18:31

Young African men and women will be the pioneers of the
African knowledge society and will make a significant contribution to
innovation and entrepreneurship. The creativity, energy and innovation of
African youth will be the driving force behind political transformation,
social, cultural and economic development of the continent.

June 28, 2019 18:30

Youth unemployment will have ended, and young Africans will have an opportunity to
full access to education and training, skills and competences guaranteed
and technology, health services, employment, opportunities
economic, recreational and cultural activities, as well as means
financial and all necessary resources to enable them to
realize their full potential.

June 28, 2019 18:30

All forms of inequality, exploitation, marginalization and exploitation
systematic discrimination will be eliminated and questions concerning
young people will be included in all development programmes.

June 28, 2019 18:29

African children will achieve self-sufficiency through implementation
of the African Charter on the Rights of the Child.
African children will have achieved social, economic and political autonomy
through the full implementation of the African Youth Charter.
Africa will become a continent where the talent of children and young people will be
fully promoted, rewarded and protected for the benefit of society.

June 28, 2019 18:28

Africa in 2063 will have full parity between men
and women, the latter occupying at least 50% of the mandates
elective public at all levels and half of the management positions in
the public and private sectors. The economic and political barrier that limits
the evolution of women will have been eliminated.

June 28, 2019 18:27

All forms of gender-based violence and discrimination
(social, economic, political) towards women and girls
will be eliminated and they will be able to take full advantage of all their
human rights. All harmful social practices (including
Female genital mutilation (FGM) and early marriage) will have ended
and barriers to health and quality education for women
and the girls will have been eliminated.

June 28, 2019 18:26

African women will be fully empowered in all areas,
and will have equal social, political and economic rights,
including the right of ownership and inheritance, to sign a contract,
to register and manage a company. Rural women will have access to
means of production, including land, credit, inputs and
financial services.

June 28, 2019 18:21

We aspire that by 2063, Africa:
- be people-centred and take care of them;
- puts children at the centre of attention;
- gives women their autonomy and allows them to play the role that
in all spheres of life;
- has achieved full equality between men and women in
all spheres of life;
- has a committed and empowered youth.