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Africa : Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, a great african voice who defends the future of the continent

Nigerien Ibrahim Assane Mayaki is the chief executive officer of the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD). He has held this position since January 2009. For several years, he has been committed to supporting the development of industrialization and the integration of the African continent into international trade, and to supporting the raising of the level of the health system of African countries.

Ibrahim Assane Mayaki currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD). As the continent gradually recovers from the covid 19 pandemic, Ibrahim Assane Mayaki insists on the importance of focusing on quality infrastructure, skills development, and strategic specialisations for effective economic recovery.

Africa’s industrialization challenges and the subsequent low participation in global value chains are real and they require structural solutions. Special economic zones will not have anything special than our countries over clouds. Which is why investment in quality infrastructure, skill development, and strategic specialisations are the critical drivers for sound industrialization towards an adequate economic recovery.

Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, Chief Executive Officer of the African Union Development Agency

Ibrahim Assane Mayaki’s areas of expertise include industrial development, sustainable development, the mining sector, and also education. It places human capital development, technology and poverty reduction at the forefront of Africa’s industrial development strategy.

The accelerated industrial development strategy of Africa, AIDA, offers a solid framework to strive and adjust its participation to global value chains. Indeed, AIDA puts human capital development, technology and poverty alleviation at the four front of Africa’s industrial development strategy.

Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, Chief Executive Officer of the African Union Development Agency

Ibrahim Assane Mayaki was Prime Minister of Niger between 1997 and 2000 before assuming the post of Chief Executive Officer of the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD) in January 2009. According to him, the economic zones could play an important role in sustaining industrialization and integrating the African continent into international trade.

Special economic zones can play a role in sustaining Africa’s industrialization and integration into global trade. Successful special economic zones should support economic diversification and strategic specialization in host countries by attracting high volumes of investment, both domestic and foreign.

Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, Chief Executive Officer of the African Union Development Agency

Author of the book « Africa at the time of choice », Ibrahim Assane Mayaki holds a master’s degree from the National School of Public Administration (ENAP) in Quebec and a doctorate in administrative sciences from the University of Paris I in France. He has worked as a professor of public administration in Niger and Venezuela.

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