The African Union (AU) Common Repository acquires processes and preserves materials of enduring value to the organization, produced by the African Union, researchers, AU constituents such as Regional Offices as well as collaborating partners. The Common Repository collects all official documents of the AU including, but not limited to, conferences working documents, reports, departmental reports, AU commissioned studies as well as correspondences.
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Interim Situational Report on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria and Polio: Framework on Actions to Accelerate Health Improvement in Africa (DCMP, 2005-01-28)This interim situational report looks on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria and Polio on the framework for actions to accelerate health improvement in Africa.
Report of the Chairperson of the Commission on: 1) The Implementation of the Treaty Establishing the African Economic Community (AEC) a) The New AU-RECs Protocol b) Capacity Building 2) International Cooperation a) Africa-Europe Summit b) TICAD Initiative (DCMP, 2004-07-03)This is the report of the chairperson of the commission on the implementation of the treaty establishing the African Economic Community (AEC) in reference to the new AU-RECs protocol, capacity building and International ...
Press Release, The African Union Commission holds a meetings with Partners to Enhance Support to Somalia 18 February 2016 (Peace and Security Department, 2016-02-18)This press release discusses the opportunity in which partners exchange views on the situation in Somalia as well as providing information on the nature and areas of support including bilateral assistance to Somalia and ...
(Peace and Security Department, 2004-04-29)This report gives an account of the efforts deployed by the African Union, with the support of the international community, to complete the reconciliation process in Comoros for conflict prevention.
(Peace and Security Department, 2004-07-04)This report gives an account of the efforts made to overcome the differences between the Burundian parties onto joining the peace process.All the parties formed after the Arusha Accord are among the parties which welcomed ...