AFUR 14th Annual General Conference, 20-24 November 2017


This Concept Note aims to set a framework for debate over how regulatory policy and actions can help meet public policy challenges. It encourages the need to “think outside the box” about the relevance of regulatory actions in support of growth and social welfare as countries forge ahead in the arena of utility regulation and sustainable utility services in Africa.

The emergence of Regulators to promote better provision of utility services has been an important development for public governance in Africa.

The need for modern society to be sustainable is also widely recognised. The notion of ‘sustainable development’ has wide currency, its promotion is high on the agenda of many governments. A whole range of institutions, policy ideas and programmes have been established and in force; many more have been conceived on regulatory policy agendas.

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