All talk on world stage but no action

Political goodwill needed to ensure implementation of what is committed on the world stage.

In Summary

• The bigger question is why are governments so quick to commit but not to act on their promises?

• Is it because some of these commitments, or most, don’t have timelines? Or is it because there is a lack of consequence for non-implementation? 

The Beijing +25 Africa Review meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, taught me several lessons and opened my eyes to a lot of realities that got me questioning.

One of those questions was, why is ...

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