Mo Ibrahim Foundation (London)
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation is an African initiative that has been established to: * Stimulate debate on good governance across sub-Saharan Africa and the world * Provide objective criteria by which citizens can hold their Governments to account * Recognise achievement in African leadership and provide a practical way in which African leaders can build positive legacies on the continent when they have left office
Africa: Mo Ibrahim Foundation Announces the 2018 Ibrahim Leadership Fellows from Ghana, South Africa and Tunisia
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation is proud to announce the 2018 intake of selected Ibrahim Leadership Fellows, who will make up the programme’s sixth cohort. The incoming Fellows are… Read more »
Africa: Strengthen Pride & Restore Ownership in Public Services - Ibrahim Forum
Public services in Africa are critical to the continent's future but are currently overlooked and under-resourced, and struggling to cope with unprecedented demands from rapidly… Read more »
Africa: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf accepts Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership
Former President talks of pride that, after decades of conflict, power in Liberia now rests with its people, grounded in the rule-of-law and upheld by institutions Read more »
Africa: Unstoppable March Towards Participatory Democracy - Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
Remarks by Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Former President of the Republic of Liberia. Upon acceptance of the Mo Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership, Mo Ibrahim Governance… Read more »
Africa: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Wins 2017 Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership
Former President of Liberia praised for her extraordinary efforts to lead country’s recovery following civil war Read more »
Africa: Citation of the Prize Committee of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation
The Prize Committee of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation announces that Ellen Johnson Sirleaf,former President of Liberia, is the 2017 Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African… Read more »
November 20, 2017
Africa: Cote d'Ivoire, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal Improve Governance - But...
The 2017 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG), launched today by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, reveals that the continent's Overall Governance trajectory remains positive on… Read more »
June 23, 2017
Botswana: Mo Ibrahim Praises 'Great Statesman and Role Model'
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation is deeply saddened by the passing of a brother and Board Member, Sir Ketumile Quett Joni Masire and wishes to express its deepest condolences to the… Read more »
February 28, 2017
Africa: And The 2016 Mo Ibrahim Prize for African Leadership Goes To... No One!
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation today announced that there is no winner of the 2016 Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership. Read more »
November 18, 2016
Africa: Mo Ibrahim Foundation Celebrates African Statistics Day by Unveiling New Online Data Portal
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation’s Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) Data Portal provides an advanced and interactive tool for further analysis of governance in Africa. Read more »
October 03, 2016
Africa: Progress in African Governance Over Last Decade Held Back By Deterioration in Safety and Rule of Law, Mo Ibrahim Foundation Reports
The 2016 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG), launched today by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, reveals that improvement in overall governance in Africa over the past ten years… Read more »
September 29, 2016
Africa: The Impact of Afrobarometer Data
Since its inception in 2007, the IIAG has evolved to cover more African countries, include new and improved measures from diverse sources of data. For the tenth iteration of the… Read more »
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