2009 Ibrahim Index of African Governance

Publisher:
Mo Ibrahim Foundation
Publication Date:
5 October 2009
Tags:
Africa, Peacekeeping and Conflict Resolution, Human Rights, NGOs and Civil Society, Environment

The Ibrahim Index measures the delivery of public goods and services to citizens by government and non‐state actors across 84 indicators of governance. Those governance indicators are grouped in four overall categories: Safety and Security, Participation and Human Rights, Sustainable Economic Opportunity, and Human Development. All 53 of Africa’s countries are then ranked according to their total scores across the categories.


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