Mo Ibrahim Foundation: Briefing

Mo Ibrahim Foundation: Briefing

Outlines the purpose and tools of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation; the four main 'pillars': IIAG, Ibrahim Prize, Ibrahim Forum, Fellowships & Scholarships, and also includes information on the Foundation Board and Prize Committee members
IIAG Data Portal

IIAG Data Portal

Contains all data (raw and normalised), scores, ranks, trends and calculations from the IIAG, as well as all Data Provider and Indicator metadata. The user can manipulate the file to gather information of interest on a particular country or region
IIAG Summary Report

IIAG Summary Report

Brief summary document that captures the key findings from the IIAG, as well as scores and ranks at sub-category level. Top-level information about the Mo Ibrahim Foundation and the IIAG is also provided
IIAG Data Report

IIAG Data Report

Extensive report that communicates all IIAG data down to sub-category level, including measurement imprecision, country spotlights, regional performance, data provider and indicator metadata
IIAG Structure

IIAG Structure

Diagrammatic representation of the structure of the IIAG including categories, sub-categories and indicators
IIAG Results Poster

IIAG Results Poster

Country rankings and scores for the latest data year of the IIAG, represented in a (removed reference as in next sentence) table. It is a useful quick reference, including short lists of 'Top Performers'
IIAG Unformatted Dataset

IIAG Unformatted Dataset


Imputation Assessments for the IIAG Dataset

Imputation Assessments for the IIAG Dataset


R Code for Computing the IIAG

R Code for Computing the IIAG


IIAG Methodology

IIAG Methodology

Detailed description of the method by which the MIF team calculates the IIAG
IIAG Data Portal (Zip Format)

IIAG Data Portal (Zip Format)


2013 IIAG Metadata

2013 IIAG Metadata


2011 Ibrahim Forum - African Agriculture: From Meeting Needs to Creating Wealth (Tunis, Tunisia)

2011 Ibrahim Forum - African Agriculture: From Meeting Needs to Creating Wealth (Tunis, Tunisia)

Briefing document from the 2011 Ibrahim Forum in Tunis that captures key facts and figures relating to African Agriculture, including demand and supply issues, growing imbalances, food security and attracting investment
2010 Ibrahim Forum - Regional Economic Integration (Port Louis, Mauritius)

2010 Ibrahim Forum - Regional Economic Integration (Port Louis, Mauritius)

Briefing document from the 2010 Ibrahim Forum in Mauritius that captures key facts and figures relating to Regional Economic Integration. It includes REC Factcards and the comparative value of African economies and REC's within the global economy
2013 Ibrahim Forum - Africa Ahead: The Next 50 Years (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)

2013 Ibrahim Forum - Africa Ahead: The Next 50 Years (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)


2012 Ibrahim Forum - African Youth: Fulfilling the Potential (Dakar, Senegal)

2012 Ibrahim Forum - African Youth: Fulfilling the Potential (Dakar, Senegal)

Briefing document from the 2012 Ibrahim Forum in Dakar, this document captures key facts and figures regarding African Youth, including demographics, health, education, employment and participation issues
2013 Ibrahim Forum: Speaker Biographies

2013 Ibrahim Forum: Speaker Biographies


2013 Ibrahim Forum Key Points - Africa Ahead: The Next 50 Years (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)

2013 Ibrahim Forum Key Points - Africa Ahead: The Next 50 Years (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)


2014 Facts & Figures Regional Integration: uniting to compete (updated and revised)

2014 Facts & Figures Regional Integration: uniting to compete (updated and revised)


Eminent figures urge global effort to help free kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls

by MIF | 8 May, 2014

Desmond Tutu, Bill and Melinda Gates, Aliko Dangote, Rupert Murdoch, Mo Ibrahim, Ted Turner and François-Henri Pinault among global business, civilsociety and religious leaders calling for urgent action and resources to #BringBackOurGirls A group of over 50 eminent individuals from around the world are today calling for a global effort to free the more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls who were kidnapped last month. In an open letter published today, the high level group of business, civil society and religious leaders, calls on the Nigerian authorities and international community to mobilise all necessary resources and expertise to help locate and free the missing girls. The letter says: “On April 14, more than 200 schoolgirls were abducted at gunpoint from Chibok community in Borno State, Nigeria. 24 days later, the girls are still missing. We urge all local, national and regional governments, with the full support of the international community, to dedicate their expertise and resources - from satellite imagery to intelligence services to multinational corporations\' supply chains - to #BringBackOurGirls.” Signed by:

  • Mar‎tti Ahtisaari, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and Member of the Elders
  • Mohamed Azab, Representative of the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar
  • Aïcha Bah Diallo, ‎Chairperson of the Forum of African Women Educationalists
  • Ela Bhatt, Founder of the Self-Employed Women\'s Association of India and Member of the Elders
  • Bono, Co-founder, ONE
  • Richard Branson, Founder of the Virgin Group‎ and co-Chair of the B Team
  • Gro Harlem Brundtland, Executive Chair of the UN Foundation and Member of the Elders‎
  • Susan A Buffett, Chairman of The Sherwood Foundation, the Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation and the Buffett Early Childhood Fund
  • Kathy Calvin, President and CEO of the UN Foundation and B Team Leader
  • President Fernando H Cardoso, Former President of Brazil and Member of the Elders
  • President Joaquim Albert Chissano, Former President of the Republic of Mozambique and Chairperson of the Africa Forum
  • Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme and Former Prime Minister of New Zealand
  • Aliko and Halima Dangote, Dangote Group
  • Bineta Diop, African Union Special Envoy for Women Peace and Security
  • Andrew Forrest, ‎Founder of the Walk Free Foundation
  • Bill and Melinda Gates, co-Founders and co-Chairs of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Helene Gayle, ‎President and CEO of CARE USA
  • Mort Halperin, Senior Advisor to the Open Society Institute and the Open Society Policy Center
  • Arianna Huffington, Chair, President and Editor-in-Chief of the Huffington Post Media Group‎, and B Team leader
  • Mo and Hadeel Ibrahim‎, Mo Ibrahim Foundation
  • Raza Jafar, Founder and CEO of Enshaa
  • Abdoulie Janneh, Former Executive-Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
  • Hina Jilani, Advocate of the Supreme Court of Pakistan and Member of the Elders
  • Guilherme Leal, ‎co-Founder of Natura and B Team Leader
  • Graça Machel, ‎Member of the Elders
  • Mark Malloch-Brown, Former United Nations Deputy Secretary-General
  • Strive Masiyiwa, ‎Founder of Econet Wireless and B Team Leader
  • Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, United Nations Under-Secretary General and Executive Director of UN Women
  • Amina J Mohamed, United Nations Secretary-General\'s Special Advisor
  • Festus Mogae, former President of Botswana, Chairperson of the Coalition for Dialogue on Africa
  • Rupert Murdoch, Chairman of NewsCorp and Chairman and CEO of 21st Century Fox
  • President Ali Hassan Mwinyi, Former President of the Republic of Tanzania and Member of the Africa Forum
  • Jay Naidoo, Chair of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition
  • Babacar N\'Diaye, Former President of the African Development Bank (AfDB) and Member of the Africa Forum.
  • President Karl Auguste Offman, Former President of the Republic of Mauritius and Member of the Africa Forum
  • Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Finance Minister of Nigeria
  • Ronald Perelman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings Inc.
  • François-Henri Pinault, ‎Chairman and CEO of Kering and B Team Leader
  • President Pedro Pires, Former President Republic of Cabo Verde and Member of the Africa Forum
  • Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever‎ and B Team Leader
  • Mary Robinson, ‎Former President of Ireland and Member of the Elders‎
  • Salim Ahmed Salim, Former Secretary-General‎ of the Organisation of African Unity‎
  • Toyin Saraki, Founder of the Wellbeing Foundation
  • President Amos Claudius Sawyer, Former President of the Republic of Liberia and Member of the Africa Forum
  • Bobby Shriver, Co-founder and Chairman of (PRODUCT) RED and Co-founder of DATA
  • Bishop Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo, Bishop-Chancellor, Pontifical Academy of Sciences, The Vatican
  • Danny Sriskandarajah, Secretary General, CIVICUS
  • Ted Turner,‎ Founder and Chairman of the UN Foundation and Founder of CNN
  • Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, Honorary Member of the Elders ‎
  • President Cassam Uteem, Former President of the Republic of Mauritius
  • Muhammad Yunus,‎ Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and B Team Leader
  • President Ernesto Zedillo, Former President of Mexico and Member of the Elders
  • Jochen Zeitz, ‎Former Chairman and CEO of PUMA and co-Chair of the B Team‎
Notes to editors: The open letter has been coordinated by The B Team, Femmes Africa Solidarité, Mo Ibrahim Foundation, One, UN Foundation and Walk Free Foundation

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