Overview of the first TICAD on African Soil
Inter Media Japan had the unique opportunity to attend TICAD VI in Nairobi, Kenya and experienced first hand the dedication of Japan and Africa to the development of the African continent.
Uganda ready to do business—Post-TICAD actions
In Nairobi, JAPAN and the WORLD conducted an interview with H.E. Mr. Yoweri Museveni, the President of Uganda to get an insight on Uganda’s strategies to increase its export to Japan.
TICAD VI—An Insider’s View
Exclusive interview with Mr. Tomohiko Taniguchi, Special Advisor to the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who attended the TICAD VI Summit in Nairobi from August 25-27, 2016. Having followed and been involved in the TICAD process for the last eight years, Mr. Taniguchi is said to be more optimistic than ever before.
TICAD VI—VIP from Nairobi
Inter Media Japan went to Nairobi, Kenya to cover the sixth Tokyo International Conference on African Development on August 27 – 28, 2016.
TICAD VI—Through the Eyes of the Media
Half of the media presence was from Japan. This event was one of the largest gatherings of Japanese journalists in Africa.
Japan-Africa—Elevating the partnership to the next level
Mr. Shunsuke Takei sat down with JAPAN and the WORLD to elaborate on the need to invest in Africa’s social infrastructure as well as in manufacturing industries and human resources development.
Produce in Lesotho—Sell in the Southern African region
During TICAD VI, JAPAN and the WORLD magazine sat down with the Minister of Trade, Hon. Joshua Setipa, Lesotho to find out more about the country’s hopes and expectations of the conference.
What’s next?—Bilateral Dinners for Ambassadors and Leaders
Inter Media Japan connects foreign countries and businesses to Japanese counterparts, not only on the pages of JAPAN and the WORLD magazine, but also by organizing events. The bilateral dinner titled “TICAD VI, what’s next?” for African ambassadors, representatives of the Japanese government and private sector, took place at Two Rooms on the 18th of October.