The macroeconomic performance of central Africa is slow in significantly improving the welfare of the populations and more especially in creating sufficient jobs for the youth.
The structural transformation of the economies of Central Africa requires technological leaps in key sectors of infrastructure, agriculture and industry. The objective of this Community is to create a platform to document, analyze, and elucidate the key drivers to structural transformation in the seven member States served by the Office for Central Africa of the UN Economic Commission for Africa.
More specifically, the Community aims to facilitate consultations, peer-learning and advocacy to deepen the impact and penetration of work on structural transformation in Central Africa. The documentation of practical experiences and innovations on structural transformation will expand the body of knowledge and relevant guidance instruments could be generated accordingly.