ACGN has been supported by:
From 2013 to 2016 the UK Department for International Development (DFID) funded the Africa Cabinet Decision-Making Programme, which was initiated by the ACGN and delivered with support from Adam Smith International. The ACD programme wasg supported by DFID’s Building Capacity for Use of Research Evidence (BCURE) programme.
Adam Smith International (ASI) is a leading international advisory firm that works throughout the world to help reform and improve economies and institutions. It has worked with Cabinet Secretariats, Presidential and Prime Ministerial Offices in many countries in Africa and Asia. For more information, go to www.adamsmithinternational.com. ASI and ACGN worked in partnership on a range of capacity building activities with up to 13 African Cabinet secretariats during 2013-2016.
UNDP manages the India Brazil South Africa Fund (IBSA), which supports South-South cooperation projects on a demand driven basis. The IBSA Fund supported the 2012 exchange between the Cabinet Secretariats of Sierra Leone and Ghana arranged by the Africa Cabinet Government Network. For more information on IBSA, go to http://tcdc2.undp.org/IBSA.
The Sierra Leone Cabinet Secretariat was the first to work with the Africa Cabinet Government Network, with a workshop for all Permanent Secretaries and a successful exchange with the Ghana Cabinet Secretariat. Sierra Leona is one of the secretariats playing a core role in the ACGN’s planned activities.
The Liberian Cabinet Secretariat has been an enthusiastic supporter of the ACGN for some years and is one of the secretariats playing a core role in the ACGN’s planned activities.
The Ministry of Cabinet Affairs was supported by Adam Smith International and the ACGN Executive Director during 2010-2012 to develop the Cabinet system for the new nation, which gained independence in July 2011. The Ministry is one of the secretariats playing a core role in the ACGN’s planned activities.
The Australian Government's Direct Aid Program (DAP) has supported ACGN to conduct the Stakeholder Engagement Project during 2016-2017.
The African Association of Public Administration and Management (AAPAM) has supported ACGN through its annual roundtable conferences in Kigali in 2013, Morocco in 2015 and Lusaka in 2016. These conferences provided a critical opportunity to promote the work of ACGN and recruit members.