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African Union

Strategically, the African Union (AU) has established an aggressive platform to achieve several continental and global ambitions which have been prescribed since the early days of humanity. Moreover, the African Union has taken major steps to ensure appropriate reform with political affairs, economic integration and peace & security. Furthermore, the AU has distinguished five distinct Regional Economic Communities for the continent which have been identified with the color coded map below. Be advised, we have also integrated the Agenda 2063 master plans to engage with the growing regional economic communities. Importantly, these regional communities often cooperate with various international organizations to achieve stability and prosperity. Hence, the Agenda 2063 is designed for the African Union to achieve greater economic integration among African countries which reinforces growing international trade.

Additionally, Soul Free Group and the RIM of Nations have pledged to establish a trust fund to support the Agenda 2063 master plans. Uniquely, this initiates several building blocks for the African Union (AU) to thrive in the near and distant future.

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Northern Region


Eastern Region


Southern Region


Central Region


Western Region

Keenly, future initiatives with Agenda 2063 are based on the principle of subsidiarity which propels sustainable development, builds human capital and achieves social protection. Frankly, the principle of subsidiarity organizes the call for sustaining every resource necessary to fulfill the needs of future generations for life on Earth. Actively, the principle of subsidiarity envisions a desirable future state for human societies in which living conditions and resource-use can easily meet human needs without undermining the "integrity, stability and beauty" of our natural biotic systems. Greedily, centuries of political and human rights abuses have jeopardized the standard of living in many parts of Africa which adds to the weight off global warming.

Therefore, our role with Agenda 2063 focuses on the integration of agriculture, energy, environment protection, infrastructure, economics, business, politics, culture and architecture to improve the quality of life in Africa and expand our dynamic system for addressing climate control.

Association of Farmland

Aggressively, the Northern Region is paving the way for the AU with its Nile Basin Initiative and development of the New Suez Canal. Readily, the African Development Bank has ensured that Africa’s socio-economic well being is secured by making it a primary objective to make equity investments in Africa’s regional economic communities (RECs). Specifically, the Association of Farmland has been established to ensure the quality of new investments brokered with the African Development Bank. Additionally, the Association of Farmland provides technical assistance to the African Development Bank from its global media network to improve development plans for programs that accelerate investment in public and private capital. Globally, the Association of Farmland ensures that Africa reaches it economic, social and cultural potential through steadfast public awareness of growing opportunities on the horizon. Meanwhile, the Association of Farmland maintains a major stake in establishing new roads for future and ongoing political cooperation. Intuitively, the Association of Farmland is reviewing the common currency markets in Africa in order to accelerate GDP productivity. Relevantly, special reports provide updates on the economic progress of Africa's regional economic communities to maximize economic potential. Meanwhile, the Association of Farmland seeks for growing integration with the African Parliament to further serve its capacity.

Visibly, the Association of Farmland enables the AU to wholly focus on developing key market sectors including: agriculture, transportation, trade, mining and energy. Extensively, several key factors which accelerate economic expansion are pin-pointed in the first ten year implementation plan for Agenda 2063. Primarily, areas of the ten year implementation plan which include sustainable land management are guided by development of reliable water treatment systems. Secondly, plans for developing rural infrastructure to increase market access for trade-related augmentation takes priority in the Association of Farmland. Lastly, addressing nutrition, increasing the food supply and reducing aging from hunger are all major issues that heavily grip the Association of Farmland.

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Proportionally, mining in the AU has become of highest interest from the African Mining Vision. Skillfully, the African Mining Vision (AMV) calls for a "Transparent, equitable and optimal exploitation of mineral resources to underpin broad-based sustainable growth and socio-economic development." Powerfully, the AMV achieves the harnessing of skills from potential artisanal and small-scale mining businesses to stimulate local entrepreneurship while advancing social and economic development. Intuitively, building wealth and protecting space are included in the Agenda 2063 master plan which features the framework for addressing the development of the continent.

Furthermore, new developments from ongoing military research will be made available on various internet tv channels and will be accessible to CSTO members in the not-so distant future.

2020 - Quarterly Report

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