A world-renowned scholar, university professor, special adviser, Eddy Maloka is today the Director General of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), an organ of the African Union responsible for promoting good governance. Since 2003, Professor Eddy Maloka has been fighting to help African countries join the APRM, in order to benefit from a self-assessment of governance policy and adequate recommendations for better management.
At 57, Professor Eddy Maloka is the Chief Executive Officer of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM). Created in 2003, the APRM is an agency of the African Union responsible for promoting good governance and inclusive development in Africa.
We are an organization of the African Union. We do reviews in the countries where we offer methodologies, we have a questionnaire that is developed by consensus with the countries. This questionnaire is then administered by developing and developed countries, what they call self-assessment.Eddy Maloka, Director General of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM)
Globally recognized for his in-depth research, Professor Eddy Maloka has published widely related to politics, history and development challenges facing Africa. For him, leading the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) means driving the adoption of policies, standards and practices that lead to political stability, economic growth and sustainable development.
Countries assess themselves then they send us the report so once we get it I brief the panel we will deploy staff then we recruit and work with experts across the continent who we can send about 20 to 25 times even 30 times on purpose to enter countries spend two weeks reviewing running governance.Eddy Maloka, Director General of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM)
Eddy Maloka served as Chairperson of the African Governance Architecture (AGA), a platform for dialogue between AU institutions. In his career, he has often been called upon by the South African government as a special adviser.
We must create a united Africa with a government so that the African Union is a phase in our evolution and Pan-Africanism is the ideology that animates the current of united Africa.Eddy Maloka, Director General of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM)
For Eddy Maloka, in 19 years of existence, the APRM, not always appreciated, has been able to keep its basic values which are to remain objective in the evaluation of the policies of a State, the purpose being to propose recommendations which lead to a positive change in governance. A good