28 Nov The Afrobarometer Report 2018

In the first of its Pan-Africa Profiles based on recent public-opinion surveys in 34 countries, Afrobarometer reports that “decent work and economic growth” is Africans’ highest priority among the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – but is also an area where governments are performing particularly poorly. The new report links the “most important problems” identified by more than 45,800 Africans, as well as their assessments of their governments’ performance on these issues, to the goals of the UN Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. The analysis is designed to help governments and advocates design more effective interventions through a better understanding of how their intended beneficiaries – perceive and prioritize these goals.

We are joined in studio by:

• Prof Dominique Uwezeyimana, Senior lecturer School of Public Management and Governance University of Johannesburg

• Daniel Armah – Attoh, Project Manager: Anglophone West Africa Afrobarometer
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