Kigali, Rwanda 21st June 2017: The commemoration of the Continental Africa Public Service Day kicks off today 21 June 2017 in Kigali, Republic of Rwanda. This event will be celebrated till 23 June 2017, at Kigali Convention Center (KCC). The commemoration of the APSD takes place at national and continental levels. The continental celebration is a biennial event while the AU Member States are mandated to celebrate the National Day, every year.
H.E Dr. Amani ABOU-ZEID, Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy of African Union commission, has visited the Rwanda Internet Exchange Point on 11 May 2017. The Rwanda Internet Exchange Point is one of the IXPs from Eastern Africa region selected by African Union Commission (AUC) through the African Internet Exchange System Project for the grant support to become one of the regional internet exchange points.
Your Excellency Mr. President,
Madame, First Lady,
Dear Brothers and Sisters of Rwanda,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
The Department of Political Affairs (AU-STC 8 Secretariat) in collaboration with the Government of Rwanda is organizing the 6th Edition of the African Public Service Day (APSD) on 23 June 2017 in Kigali, Rwanda at the Continental level.
This continental commemoration will bring together all the 55 African Union Member States in the beautiful city of Kigali to celebrate this marvellous event.
The commemoration will be done on the following main theme and sub-themes:
Kigali 27 February 2017 – The Department of Political Affairs of the African Union Commission (the Secretariat of the AU-STC 8 on Public Service, Local Government, Urban Development and Decentralization), organized a three-days technical planning meeting from 27 February – 01 March 2017 on the 2017 Africa Public Service Day (APSD), scheduled to be held on 23 June 2017 in Kigali, Republic of Rwanda.
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Consultative Meeting with MPS, Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Civil Society to Promote Constitutionalism, Rule of Law and Good Governance through the AU Instruments
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