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After assessing Africa’s HR sector and landscape, in collaboration with the Government of Equatorial Guinea, it is our view that there is an urgent need for a forum which brings together key actors in the human resource sector and encourages proactive intellectual discourse on contemporary and practical issues related to human capital management for the provision of cutting-edge insights and results in the application of evidence-based and experiential solutions to problems associated with HR practice across Africa.
The Africa HR Forum platform was therefore created in 2020, as a Pan-African platform to unite all actors and stakeholders, decision-makers and key players in Africa’s HR sector, to encourage the sharing of unique and varied knowledge which is applicable in our personal and local contexts.
Since its inaugural session, the Africa HR Forum platform has grown in participation and in collaboration - we are in partnership with organizations in Nigeria, Senegal, Equatorial Guinea, Congo, Kenya, Morocco, South Africa and Zimbabwe and continue to grow our Pan-African reach into other target countries.
In order to truly impact Africa’s workforce, we need a Pan-African collaboration. We require the technical and financial contributions from like-minded persons, operating in both the public and private sectors, who are passionate about developing Africa’s workforce. Africa HR Forum continues to reach out to HR Associations, Employers’ Organizations, as well as capacity development educational Institutions/foundations, and various stakeholders in the HR and Labour & Employment sectors etc. for partnership.
Currently, we are receiving increased demand for the involvement of more key players operating in key sectors of the economy and in all regions and all countries on the continent for the organization of HR initiatives, and we are keen to involve all concerned parties.
Our vision is to make the Africa HR Forum completely available and accessible to the entire workforce on the continent.
Africa HR Forum 2022 and its events are organized by the Government of Equatorial Guinea and iCUBEFARM, in collaboration with the African HR Confederation and other key players in the HR industry across Africa.
Africa HR Forum (AHRF) events are organized in cognizance of the policies laid down in ILO’s Human Resources Development Recommendation 2004, (No. 195) that provides effective skills policies and systems for building skills and talent, the National Economic and Social Development Plan of Equatorial Guinea, Volume II, Chapter IV, which seeks to significantly strengthen human capital in a bid to boost productivity and improve the quality of life of citizens, the AFCFTA free movement policy for persons to freely seek and accept employment and the Equatorial Guinea National Labour Conference held on 29th September to 1st October 2012 to promote local content compliance through the implementation of programs for the development of the workforce.