African governments face challenges, many of which are the same as those that have confronted OECD governments for decades: how to promote sustainable economic growth, how to improve public financial management, how to build sound governance systems, how to achieve more inclusive societies, and - looking ahead - how to tackle the challenge of climate change.
The OECD's engagement in Africa reaches across the organisation, drawing on our core areas of expertise: providing analysis and advice on a vast range of policy issues and producing internationally-agreed instruments, decisions and recommendations to improve the functioning of the world economy.
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