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Report of AFAM activities

Child Friendly School Presentation

Miyagi Co-op donates to the “Child Friendly School” Initiative of African Association of Miyagi (AFAM). Miyagi Co-op, a consumer co-operative society (https://www.miyagi.coop) in Sendai, Japan, donated 150,000 yen (equivalent to US$1,200) to Swedru High School (SWESCO) towards the “Child-Friendly Schools Initiative” program of the African Association of Miyagi (AFAM) (https://afam-org.com). The donation was presented by …

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Child Friendly School

Miyagi Co-op donates to the “Child Friendly School” Initiative of African Association of Miyagi (AFAM). Since 2021, AFAM has been promoting the AFAM Africa Education Initiative (AAEI), which aims to create an environment where all African children can have access to quality education. To realize this goal, AFAM supports the Child-Friendly Schools (CFS) Initiative launched …

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Report of Africa Business Seminar in TOHOKU (ABST) Held in Sendai on 25TH JULY 2019

The seminar which was co-organized by the African Association of Miyagi (AFAM) and the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA), and co-sponsored by the Japanese External Trade Organization (JETRO), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Japan Association of Corporate Executives had two major aims.Firstly, it aimed at exposing the Japanese investment community to opportunities …

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Report of the 2017 African Seminar and Cultural Performance

Introduction Some say, “The best ideas come from a meeting of mutual cerebral atmosphere over a cup of excellent brewed coffee”. AFAM executives had a meeting at the Sendai International Center coffee shop in this exact situation in March 2017. We gathered around coffee tables and deliberated on having an African seminar, in fulfillment of …

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