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Public Management

This programme is designed for those who work or aspire to work in all levels of government (including elected positions), regional organizations such as the African Union or the Economic Community of West African States, international organizations such as the United Nations or other public interest organizations or think tanks. It will expose participants to models of public management and best practices, while building their technical and leadership capacities in areas such as transparency, public procurement, public financial management, government tendering processes, legislative and executive collaboration, citizen engagement and awareness, human resources management, program implementation and policy formulation.

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Choice of program

In accordance with the program requirements, participants will be required to select a training program based on their interests and areas of intervention.

May 21, 2019 17:27

Facilitated group learning
At this level participants will learn by reflecting on the applicability of their skills and knowledge. With a trainer, participants will participate in lively classroom discussions on how to make their classroom experience relevant in the real world and how the proposed solutions can solve global problems or help them achieve their mission

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Peer learning
Learn from others who have learned it and can explain it to you.
Peer learning is an opportunity to learn from others who have a better understanding of the concepts and can teach you.

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We recognize that not all participants work in the same way. In order for the participant to be as effective as possible in mastering the concepts, CAGP will create a space where participants will take ownership of their learning. Using the CAGP online platform, they will take courses and work on assigned projects at their own pace and time.

May 21, 2019 17:25

Part of learning for a specific purpose is to know what skills are needed to achieve your mission. Through a series of fun and engaging activities, each of your core leadership courses gives you the opportunity to discover important gaps in your skills that you are working to develop at CAGP.

May 21, 2019 17:24

We have developed a learning cycle that will help beneficiaries acquire new skills and master new concepts. This four-part learning cycle includes
a "discovery" experience where you discover gaps in your knowledge and skills,
(ii) learning at your own pace,
(iii) peer learning,
(iv) facilitated group learning

May 21, 2019 17:23

The reason for the project
Africa's greatest need is ethical and entrepreneurial leadership. Too often, we only invest in fighting the symptoms of a lack of leadership in Africa: we give blankets, food and medicine to people affected by war, poverty and famine. But these efforts will never stop if we do not train leaders who prevent wars, entrepreneurs who create jobs and innovators who find lasting solutions to the root causes of Africa's problems. Our goal is to develop the future Nelson Mandela and the African Bill Gates.

May 21, 2019 17:22

-Train young people on local participatory governance, social entrepreneurship, peace and living together
-Bring young people together on a platform where they will discuss the problems they face, where they are informed of what is being done for their benefit, and where they can express their opinions

May 21, 2019 17:21

The objectives of the project
Identification of 250 young leaders per year, 50% of whom are girls aged 14 to 24
Provide young people with practical tools for leadership and gender analysis in the transformation of our communities.