African Center for Economic Transformation
African Center for Economic Transformation

Founding Year: 2008

Staff: 62


K.Y. Amoako (President and Founder)

A think-tank advancing African solutions to African transformation challenges directly engaging with citizens and decision-makers. It offers “an authentic African perspective, augmented” by a “vast network of leading thinkers throughout the world.” They produce research, offer policy advice, and galvanize action for African countries to develop their economies, reduce poverty, and improve livelihoods for all their people.




African Center for Economic Transformation contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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