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Improving Africa’s Food Security through Regional Integration and Transport Infrastructure Improvements

Date: 
Thursday, July 14, 2011 - 14:00 - 16:00
Location:
Bread for the World Office
425 3rd St. SW, Suite 1200
Washington, DC
 
Bread for the World Institute, the Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa and the TransFarm Africa Initiative at the Aspen Institute invite you to a panel discussion on:
 

Improving Africa’s Food Security through Regional Integration and Transport Infrastructure Improvements

 
Welcome & Introductory RemarksSusan Sechler, Managing Director, TransFarm Africa, Inc.
 
Reducing Policy and Transport Barriers to Food Security in West AfricaVanessa Adams, Chief of Party, CARANA/West Africa Trade Hub
 
Lessons Learned in Promoting Public-Private Sector Partnerships in Developing Africa’s Transport CorridorsKatrin Kuhlmann, Senior Fellow and Director, TransFarm Africa “Removing the Barriers,” The Aspen Institute
 
Increasing US Investments in Africa’s Infrastructure: Implications for the Feed the Future InitiativeMargaret Enis, Director, Office of Markets, Partnerships and Innovation, USAID Bureau for Food Security
 

Speaker presentations:

 

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