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AAPAM is proud to announce good news from the United Nations Public Service Awards Programme which has declared First place winner: Huduma Kenya Programme (Kenya) and
Second place Winner: Integrated Housing and Development Program (Ethiopia). Congratulations.
The African Association for Public administration and management (AAPAM) is glad to team up with Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE), the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) and the Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration in implementing the African Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarships Fund created in honour of the late Nelson Mandela.
Announced in late 2014 by the Canada’s Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, the consortium will be funded in equal part by Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada (DFTAD) and the MasterCard Foundation.
AAPAM is also pleased to play a key role in the mentorship of the next generation of African leaders as it endeavours to create partnerships that will foster the development of public administration in Africa. The scholarship initiative stands as a key driver in the promotion of gender equality and AAPAM is truly humbled and glad to be part of the implementing team.