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Coffee Hour with Ambassador of Ghana

May 16, 2013

Tokyo

TICAD V NGO Contact Group, TICAD V Student Project, and The World Bank Tokyo Office jointly organize

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    TICAD V (5th Tokyo International Conference on African Development) will be held on 1-3 June as a forum for summit-level policy dialogue between African leaders and development partners. The World Bank is one of the co-organizers.

    TICAD V NGO Contact Group, TICAD V Student Project, and the World Bank Tokyo Office take advantage of this opportunity to jointly organize "Coffee Hour with African Ambassadors", a series of informal lecture and discussion events with Ambassadors, Japanese NGO experts/researchers, African postgraduates studying in Japan and Japanese youth representatives.

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    The fourth session will be held on Ghana. H.E. Ambassador Deh, who has been newly appointed in April will kindly introduce about Ghana.

    We also invite Ms. Tomoko Shiroki from NGO ACE, Mr. Evans Maka from University of Tokyo and Mr. Kazunori Miyasaka from Keio University. We are hoping that this event would be of any help to enhance understanding about Ghana. Please join and learn more about Africa with us.

    Keynote speaker

    H.E. Mr. Edmond Kofi Deh
    Ambassador of the Republic of Ghana to Japan

    Panelists

    Ms. Tomoko Shiroki
    Managing Director, NGO Action against Child Exploitation (ACE)

    Mr. Evans Maka
    Graduate Student, Public Policy / International Program, University of Tokyo

    Mr. Kazunori Miyasaka
    Undergraduate Student, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University

    Date/Time
    Thursday, May 16, 2013 6:30PM-8:00PM

    Venue
    The World Bank Tokyo Development Learning Center
    10th Fukoku Seimei Building, 2-2-2 Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

    Language
    Japanese and English with simultaneous translation

     

    Co-organizer

    TICAD V NGO Contact Group

    TICAD V Student Project