Zadig Abreha, the chief of the African Leadership Excellence Academy, held consultations with the Director Generals of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Through the discussion, Mr. Zadig provided a presentation on the leadership development programs intended for implementation as part of the academy’s reform, scaling up, and transformation program undertakings.
Mr. Zadig clarified that the academy has identified thirteen key areas of focus for its reform initiatives, with the main concern given to eight of them.
He emphasized that the institution has undertaken significant efforts to align itself with an African identity. With this plan in mind, the Vice President will oversee the management of an African affairs school, which has already undergone preparations.
Moreover, Mr. Zadig stressed that the academy is constructing a leadership development and training center in Sululta designed to reflect African culture and values. An all-inclusive curriculum has been developed to meet the educational needs of African individuals, to foster Pan-Africanism.
The Chief of AFLEX similarly revealed that the academy has designed four general programs and thirty-seven specialized leadership development programs to train the upcoming leaders of our country and Africa as a whole.
In the meeting, the Director Generals of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs were briefed on eight new leadership development programs and ongoing reform initiatives.
They posed questions and provided comments, to which Mr. Zadig, as the chief of the academy, offered responses and explanations.