The APRM is used by member countries to self-monitor all aspects of their governance and socio-economic development.
The exercise is not limited to the Executive. It includes the Legislative and Judicial Branches of the Government as well as an assessment of the Private Sector, Civil Society and the Media in the areas of governance and socio-economic development.
The overall review process provides a national space for dialogue on governance and socio-economic indicators in the Member State, and the opportunity to build a national consensus on the way forward. The National Programme of Action (PoA) prepared at the end of the review process actualizes the road map agreed upon by all stakeholders.