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United Nations

New Partnership for Africa's Development:
second consolidated report on progress in implementation and international support

Report of the Secretary-General

4 August 2004

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The present report responds to General Assembly resolution 58/233 of 23 December 2003, in which the Assembly requested the Secretary-General to submit a comprehensive report on the implementation of the resolution at its fiftyninth session. The report highlights the policy measures and actions taken by African countries and organizations in the implementation of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), the response of the international community and the support of the United Nations system during the past year. Much progress has been made by African countries in developing sectoral policy frameworks, in the implementation of specific programmes and projects and in the earmarking of financial allocations to selected NEPAD sectoral priorities. At the same time, a series of international actions that will potentially benefit the implementation of NEPAD were taken or proposed by the international community, while the United Nations system continues to provide support on a broad range of issues. As the implementation of NEPAD moves forward, a strengthened partnership is needed, one in which African countries deepen their commitment to the priorities of NEPAD while its development partners take a combination of well-targeted measures to bolster the implementation of NEPAD.

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