TICAD 7; TOE AND PHILOSOPHY OF AFRICAPITALISM AND COLLABORATION FOR A PROGRESSIVE AFRICA

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Achieving development goals remains an unfinished business for
African countries, it is an unending process.
The future of growth and its impact on poverty reduction in
Africa hinges on what happens to structural transformation.

Africa faces a variety of complex challenges that affect
inclusiveness for all segments of society, especially the youth. Given the
projected growth of Africa’s youth group, it is essential for governments and
private institutions to carve out workable strategies to target these
challenges.

Many countries on the continent and beyond have been taking active
steps towards a more youth centred economic policy frameworks.
Countries like Japan. Japan is a co-host of the Tokyo
International Conference on African Development (TICAD), a conference held
regularly with the objective to promote high-level policy dialogue between
African leaders and development partners. Other co-organizers of TICAD are the
United Nations Office of the Special Advisor on Africa (UN-OSSA) and the United
Nations Development Programme (UNDP

This year, the Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African
Development (TICAD7) holds on 28 to 30 August 2019.


TICAD is a multilateral forum where fruitful discussions on
African development, bringing together a broad range of global know-how and
efforts of the international community are always top on the list for dialogue.
TICAD provides an open forum that generates innovative discussion, among
various stakeholders on African development.

What does Africa need to succeed?

In building the Africa we yearn for, a collaborative and
committed support is needed.
Today our Chairman will be preaching the philosophy of Africapitalism and of collaboration for a progressive Africa in Japan. He will
deliver the keynote address at the Plenary Public-Private Business Dialogue. He
will speak alongside Presidents and business leaders including H.E. Shinzo Abe,
Prime Minister, Japan; H.E. Mr. Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, President, Egypt and
Chair, African Union (AU); H.E. Mr. Muhammadu Buhari, President, Nigeria; and
H.E. Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa, President, South Africa, on the expectations of a
thriving African private sector and the optimism of a renewed Japan-Africa
partnership that
prioritizes investments, bilateral trade, entrepreneurship and
job creation for Africa’s youth population. 
After which he will also deliver the keynote address at the
official Business Forum, hosted by the Japan External Trade Organisation
(JETRO).
Africa is rich with unexplored investment opportunities, still a
collaboration between the public sector and the private sector must occur.
Nothing strengthens industrialization faster than trade
relationships hence there is the need to focus on the development on the
African entrepreneur to stand side by side the rest of the world.
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