The ECA Office for North Africa will hold, on 30 October – 2 November in Tunis (Tunisia) its 33rd Intergovernmental Committee of Experts (ICE).
Every year, delegates from seven countries (Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Sudan and Tunisia) attend the Intergovernmental Committee of Experts to examine and discuss the economic and social development context in North Africa and the Office’s strategic orientations, short and medium-term actions plans and programme of work.
The 33rd ICE meeting will take place under the theme: Data revolution in North Africa: using data in support of structural transformation. This topic will be discussed in detail during the Expert Group Meeting held back to back with the ICE meeting, and in which participants will examine the sub region’s data ecosystem in support to North Africa’s economic transformation and the implementation of both Agenda 2030 (SDGs) and Agenda 2063.
The ICE meeting will also provide country representatives with an opportunity to share their thoughts and contributions for the implementation of the Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), a key tool for the development of trade within the region and a source of major economic gains for Africa.
33rd Intergovernmental Committee of Experts – Aide-mémoire
الاجتماع الثالث والثلاثون للجنة الخبراء الحكومية الدولية - مذكرة توضيحية
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