In our commitment to ensuring that the AAYMCA Africa We Want Online Platform is a consolidated space for reports, research, and news about the African Union’s development strategy for the continent, Agenda2063, we present our new video archive. Here we will present filmed news, documentaries, and discussions about the Agenda2063 strategy in hopes that it provides an invaluable resources for anyone who wants to learn more or research the strategy further. We will also include videos that are related to health, education, employment, and access in Africa. In particular, our hope is to ensure that any and all discussion about youth lived realities in Africa is available here for you to enjoy.

If you have a video you would like to contribute to this section, kindly send the video link through the contact form on our AAYMCA website with your name so that we credit you for the share.

A focus on the Agenda 2063 highlighting different views from the Continent on what kind of Africa they want.

The Africa Union declared 2015 as the year of women empowerment and development towards Africa’s agenda 2063 which seeks equal representation in decision making positions. It’s against this back drop that the +30 Women’s Conference was held in Nairobi. CNBC Africa’s Claire Muthinji reports.

This is a preview copy of the whole documentary on ‘Agenda 2063: The Africa we Want’. It expresses the dreams and aspirations of Africa in the next 50 years. It is exciting to watch and one that keeps the hopes of a truly developed Africa alive. Enjoy it.

As the African Union Commission prepares to implement the first phase of its Agenda 2063 through the 10-year strategic plan, capacity will be a critical enabler for the realization of Africa’s development blueprint, that’s according to the executive secretary of the African Capacity Building Foundation, Prof. Emmanuel Nnadozie. CNBC Africa spoke to him to explore how this can be implemented.

CNBC Africa caught up with African Union Chairperson, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma last week at the AU summit in Johannesburg about the progress made towards the economic development of women when it comes to the Agenda 2063.

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