A Decade of African Governance (2006-2015): 2016 Ibrahim Index of African Governance Report

(L to R) Elizabeth Zondi, 77, and Caroline Cele, 60, with their literacy books at Muthande Society For the Aged, at the Richmond Centre, in Durban, April 25, 2016. PHOTO: EVA-LOTTA JANSSON

A Decade of African Governance (2006-2015): 2016 Ibrahim Index of African Governance Report

"The Index clearly reveals that deteriorating trends in Safety & Rule of Law have held back the continent’s progress in Overall Governance over the last decade. Whilst a majority of Africa’s citizens live in countries which have seen improvements in Participation & Human Rights, Sustainable Economic Opportunity or Human Development, all four components which make up Safety & Rule of Law have deteriorated."

Excerpt from the Foreword of the report. Mo Ibrahim, Founder and Chair of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation (MIF)

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