Good Governance is an approach by government that is committed to creating a system founded in justice and peace that protects individual’s human rights and civil liberties. According to the United Nations, Good Governance is measured by the eight factors of Participation, Rule of Law, Transparency, Responsiveness, Consensus Oriented, Equity and Inclusiveness, Effectiveness and Efficiency, and Accountability.
Good Governance training is a critical part of what Africa Affine Partners does. We regularly train governments, institutions, communities and individuals on the importance of Good Governance and related topics through our International Symposiums that bring together expert practitioners and academics from around the world. We also host individuals from different East African Countries to learn about Good Governance and Federalism through our custom-tailored Student Education and Practitioner Education programs.