The Productivity of Africa’s national economy is on the decline, especially in the public sector. This has resulted in a decrease in the quality of life for many african countries. Despite large budgetary allocations in many African countries, the undeveloped economies syndrome persists. Manufacturing plants produce lower-quality goods and services than they can afford. There are also millions of unemployed workers in the public sector. This has made it difficult for governments in most African countries, as well as their numerous Labour and productivity ministries and parastatals, to research, promote, institutionalize and institutionalize productivity culture. Despite the best efforts and large allocations, the rut is still not solved. The United Nations Development Programme is available to complement the efforts of governments and international agencies like International Labour Organization (ILO), United Nations Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Asia Productivity Organization(APO), European Association of National Productivity Centres (EANPC), Pan African Productivity Associations (PAPA), etc. (UNDP), United Nations Conference for Trade and Development(UNCTAD), Asia Productivity Organizations (APO), European Association of National Productivity Centres (EANPC), Pan African Productivity Associations (PAPA), etc. The Centre for Public Sector Productivity and Development was registered as a non-governmental and non-profit organization to be a world class productivity center in Africa. It is the first of its kind in Africa. Because Productivity is central to the African economy, it is imperative that we work together to reverse the decline in productivity in third world countries. CeProd has been created to address this issue.