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EAST AFRICA THROUGH THE LENS: Perspectives from Kenya and Tanzania

EAST AFRICA THROUGH THE LENS: Perspectives from Kenya and Tanzania

13 Aug 2018

 

18 March 2016
16.00 – 21.00

Organiser: Hub Cymru Africa

Location: Cardiff

​See bottom of page for location details.

​We are pleased to welcome the Kenyan High Commissioner, His Excellence Lazarus Amayo and the Tanzania Deputy High Commissioner, Mr Msafiri Marwa to meet Wales Africa activists and members of the diaspora community.  

The event will provide a platform to share and exchange knowledge, information and experiences in International Development

Welsh-based development organisations will have stalls to exhibit their work.

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Highlights from the event.

​SPEAKERS:

  • Tanzania and Kenya High Commissioners

  • Diaspora Representatives

  • Welsh based NGOs such as Brecon-Molo Link, Hazina, Bigger Heart Zanzibar, Tools for Self-Reliance and Valley and Vale.

 

Food and refreshments will be provided

Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/east-africa-through-the-lens-perspectives-from-kenya-and-tanzania-gorllewin-affrica-trwyr-lens-tickets-21769791031 

Address:
Temple of Peace,
Cathays Park
Cardiff
CF10 3AP

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Materials from the Presentation can be found here

 Mariella Scott – Sazani Associates Peter Masubo – University of Cardiff Prof John Kinuthia – USW

 George Karani – Cardiff Met University  Jennifer Twelvetrees & Edna Wachira – Women 4 Resources

Hightlights and pictures from the 2 day visit can be found here

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