AGI FIFTH ANNIVERSARY

This year AGI celebrates five years since starting in Sierra Leone and Rwanda. Today the organisation is working in 7 countries across Africa and continuing to grow.

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AGI FIFTH ANNIVERSARY

AGI provides practical advice and support to help Africa’s leading reformers

We help bridge the gap between their vision and the capacity of their government to achieve it

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AGI provides practical advice and support to help Africa’s leading reformers

AGI at the World Bank

In April Tony Blair and AGI Director Andy Ratcliffe joined World Bank President Jim Kim, Michael Barber and others for a day of discussions on how governments can best deliver change for their people. Learn more, and watch the main event with Tony Blair here.

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AGI at the World Bank

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Podcast: What AGI does and why it matters

Podcast: What AGI does and why it matters

AGI’s patron Tony Blair sat down with Swedish social entrepreneur Leo Razzak in Stockholm earlier this month to talk about AGI’s work with governments in Africa and why it matters for millions of people across the continent. ...

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Reaction to our latest paper

Reaction to our latest paper

A number of bloggers take a look at AGI's latest paper 'Two steps at a time' which reflects on lessons from capacity building in Rwanda....

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Capacity building in Rwanda

Capacity building in Rwanda

AGI is pleased to publish the second paper from our Insights series documenting AGI’s experience supporting African governments to provide lessons for others to consider. ‘Two steps at a time’ explores AGI’s work alongside the Government of Rwanda and the establishment of the country’s unique capacity development programme, the Strategic Capacity Building Initiative (SCBI). ...

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