The African Union Chapter has articulated its Vision, Mission and Core Values through a participatory process. It has also developed its Logic Model that includes the targets outcomes at the ultimate, intermediate and short-term levels for the strategic period of 2016-2020.
Our vision as the African Union Chapter is to promote Pan-Africanism, integrated and holistic youth development policies and projects for a sustainable and productive future for the youth in Africa’s higher education system.
Our mission is to demystify the perception of Africa as the “Dark Continent” and to promote Pan-Africanism in the global arena driven by its own citizens.
- Core Values
- Efficiency and professionalism
- Information and knowledge sharing
- Respect for diversity and team work
- Integrity and impartiality
|Ultimate Outcomes||More effective, responsive and a knowledge-based approach to policy development is particularly imperative in the context of rapidly evolving realities and permanently fluctuating circumstances of the younger generations in Africa.|
|Intermediate Outcome||Acting as an implementation agent, the Africa Union Chapter will create a platform in collaboration with other partners to implement the solutions brought forward by its research filed.||Increase collaboration with African youth within Higher Education Institutions, schools and communities to appropriate the values of the pan-African, Agenda 2063 and African Renaissance.|
|Strengthened ability of African Union Clubs networks/alliances to engage in dialogue on youth participation, pan-Africansim, Renaissance and African development and implementation of agenda 2063.||Enhanced ability to African Union Clubs networks/alliances to identify and replicate good practices on youth participation, pan-Africanism, African Renaissance and African development and implementation of Agenda 2063.||Increased interaction between African Union Clubs networks/ alliances, institutions of governance and private institution.||Great understanding of competence in youth participation, pan-Afriacnism, African Renaissance
and Development and the implementation of Agenda 2063 among African Union Clubs and other stakeholders including the wider population.