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The Conference of the Junior Chamber International Africa and the Middle East will be held in Lomé from 21st 24th May 2014. In prelude to the event, the chairman of the JCI indicated to Togolese private press agency Afreepress, the advantages that Togo will get by organizing this international meeting.
« We are going to mobilize Togolese in the public-spirited commitment so that they can effectively participate in the development of the country and also see how we can participate in the vision Togo 2030 », indicated Eric Laclé, Chairman of the JCI.
To make sure of the good performance of the conference, a delegation of the JCI visited Togolese Prime Minister, Séléagodji Ahoomey-Zunu.
According to the explanations of Nadia Bakhita KARIMU-YESSOUFOU, chairman of the steering committee of the Conference JCI Africa and Middle East (CAMO), the meeting of Lomé is a wonderful opportunity to follow practical trainings in order to strengthen your capacities in leadership and in entrepreneurial domain among others.
CAMO 2014 is also the meeting of experiences sharing for businessmen, JCI members as well as for participants. The cultural admixture will be put up through the evening of nations which allows discovering culture and dishes of each of the participating countries.
Original text by: Roger ADZAFO