Commission for Africa (CFA)

The Commission for Africa was launched by Prime Minister Tony Blair on 26 February 2004 to generate action for a strong and prosperous Africa. The objectives and background to the Commission describe the efforts being made in six major themes in African development: Culture and Participation, Human Development, Peace and Security, Governance, Economy and Natural Resources.

Commission for Africa
Commission on Global Governance
Global Marshall Plan Initiative
New Partnership for Africa's Development
United Nations
Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council
World Health Organization

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Press Release March 5, 2008: International Group Launches Plan for Global Commons

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Press Release: Announcing the 2010 Convention on the Global Commons

Global Marshall Plan Initiative

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Global Marshall Plan

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