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Sunday, December 25, 2005

Some of the Clinton Global projects seem to be clustering into excoting movements such as news of this ALI network for Africa -see also April 2006 newsletter


With the goal of developing the next generation
of leaders in Africa, the African
Leadership Initiative (ALI) — in partnership
with the Aspen Institute, Technoserve
Inc. and Infotech Investment Group Ltd —
is securing funding for a high-impact community
leadership project.
The ALI fellowship brings together business,
government and civil society leaders
from the East African region and enrolls
them in a 24-month leadership program.
A key goal of the program is to develop
a broadly shared vision of the future that
effectively melds the demands of globalization
with local values.
In March 2006, the ALI in Dar es Salaam
hosted a dinner for Mary Robinson, Executive
Director of The Realizing Rights:
Ethical Globalization Initiative, to discuss
a number of leadership and trade-related
issues. The former President of Ireland
challenged developing countries to
strengthen their agenda on aid for trade.
Plans for 2006 call for the launch of two
new classes of 24 ALI Fellows: In May, a
West Africa class, drawing from Ghana and
Nigeria, will be launched with ALI partners
Databank Foundation (Ghana) and
LEAP Africa (Nigeria). In September, a
Pan-African class drawn from six countries
will be launched, with a first convening
organized by ALI partner Letsema Foundation
in South Africa. ★

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