AMDIN is a network of Management Development Institutes (MDIs), Public Sector Training Institutes (PSTIs) and other Public Administration Institutions (PAIs) based in Africa. The network was launched in 2005, and completed all legal formalities regarding its establishment in 2007.
The overall objective of AMDIN is to facilitate the optimal functioning of African MDIs, PSTIs and PAIs and to provide a collective platform for these institutions to engage with various stakeholder communities.
We welcome you to our website which provides a snapshot of AMDIN and we hope will increasingly serve as a preferred destination for those interested in contributing to the development of capacity of our African public administrators, managers, leaders and organisations.
Interview with Mr Busani Ngcaweni, Principal of the South African National School of Government (AMDIN Secretary-General at the time of the interview)
Interview with AMDIN president, Prof. Ludeki Chweya
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