Discussions for the UN Agenda 2030 have set high expectations for domestic resource mobilisation as a self-sustaining development finance strategy. Agenda 2063 is a roadmap for structurally transforming Africa over 50 years, and emphasises the importance of domestic resource mobilisation for a successful implementation of the continental development blueprint.
Why then do African countries do not mobilise enough domestic resources to finance their development? The response is clearly linked to insufficient human, institutional and organisation capacity to mobilise and utilise domestic resources to finance Africa’s development agenda. Read more. Source | The African Capacity Building Foundation