The Government of the Republic of Ghana is hosting the 31st Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of ACBF from May 23rd, 2022, at the International Conference Center.
The main objective of the meeting is to seek broad policy and strategic direction for the foundation as well as discuss sustainability issues.
In this regard, the Board of Governors will receive from an update on the activities of the Secretariat and the 2021 Financial Statements from the Executive Board.
With 2022 being the last year of the current strategy (2017-2022), the meeting will also discuss what is on the horizon and consider the roadmap to develop the next strategy.
The 31st Annual Meeting presents an opportunity to showcase the continued relevance of the foundation and increase its visibility. This is also an opportunity to deepen the partnership with member countries and strategic institutions such as multilateral and regional partners.
The Board of Governors of ACBF which is the highest policy making body of the Foundation comprises representatives of ACBF member countries and non-African countries, as well as the World Bank, the African Development Bank (AfDB), and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The Governors are usually African Ministers of Finance and/or Economic Planning, Directors-General or other high level representatives of international development cooperation agencies for non-African countries.
The Board of Governors has a bureau of three members, (Chairperson and two Vice-Chairpersons) who are elected annually.
The Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, is the current Chair.
Its main responsibility is to set the broad policies for the operation of the Foundation, as well as the appointment of the independent members and chairperson of the Executive Board.
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