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African Governance Report II - 2009

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The African Governance Report is the most comprehensive report on governance in Africa, assesses and monitors the progress African countries are making on governance, identifies capacity gaps in governance institutions and proposes polices and strategic interventions aimed at promoting good governance on the continent. It focuses on political and economic governance, development of the private sector and corporate governance, checks and balances in political power, institutional effectiveness and accountability of the executive, human rights and the rule of law, corruption and institutional capacity building. The theme of this second edition of the Report is that Africa has made progress in improving governance.

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Executive summary: The scorecard: Marginal progress on governance in Africa

The African Governance Report (AGR) assesses and monitors the progress on governance in Africa, identifies capacity gaps in governance institutions and proposes policy interventions to promote good governance. The report adopts a unique methodology, combining three research instruments—a national expert opinion panel, a scientific sample household survey and desk research. The first edition of the report, published in 2005, covered 27 African countries; this report covers 35 countries.

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