H.E. Mr. Ahmed Araita, during TICAD 7 information meeting.

The seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD 7) will be hold on August, 28th to 30th, at Yokohama, Japan. A more efficient hand-in-hand is expected.

TICAD 7, Africa-Japan great event, will focus on the improvement of business climate and institutions.

An economic transformation that will enhance even more the Public-Private discussion between Africa and Japan, as well as the development of investments, human resources and vocational training.

H.E. Mr. Koji Yonetani, Japan’s Ambassador to Djibouti.

African head of states, international organizations, donor countries, private enterprises and civil society organizations will exchange on the ways and means to support quality infrastructures, in order to improve connectivity and to promote blue economy.

The conference is co-organized by Japan, United Nations, UN’s program for development, the World Bank and the Commission of the African Union. The last conference, which was hold in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2016, has indeed encouraged head of states to engage themselves in the African continent socio-economic development.