Welcome To

African Association for Public Administration and Management(AAPAM)

Historical Background

Founded over forty years ago, AAPAM has led efforts to strengthen the administrative and management capacities of African public administration systems. These efforts date back to 1962, when a group of Permanent Secretaries in charge of Public Services from several African countries, met to discuss two main problems, among others, facing the African Public Services then.

In 1971, this network of Heads of Civil Service decided to formalize their assembly giving birth to African Association for Public Administration and Management (AAPAM). The Association was inaugurated by the President of Sierra Leone, the late Dr. Siaka Stevens and had, as its first President, Kenya Cabinet Minister the late Dr. Robert Ouko.

Conferences

AAPAM organizes an Annual Roundtable Conference held in various countries across the continent

Young Professional Network (YPN)

The YPN is a mentorship platform for young public/civil service professionals

Seminars

Participate in our training programmes in the field of leadership, governance, management, administration, human resource and other related spheres

Research and Consultancy

Fostering the discovery of new and innovative knowledge and skills through research in various aspects field of public administration, management and development.

Workshops

Participate in our training programmes in the field of leadership, governance, management, administration, human resource and other related spheres

OUR PROGRAMS

The Association conducts wide spectrum training for senior and middle level practioners and young professionals in the private and public sector

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