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Register Now FREE: National Economic Forum, 6th June @National Museum, DSM

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    National Economic Forum (NEF)

    Date: Wednesday, 6th June, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 6.00PM

    Venue: National Museum, Shaaban Robert Street opp. IFM, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

    Theme: Building the Sustainable future of Tanzania " changing the way of doing things"

    Entrance: FREE ( First come first served basis, reserve your seat now to avoid disappointment)

    To participate: Call or SMS your name to +255 (0784/ 0767/​ 0713) 618320, 0716 898685, 0784 482597 or email to magesa@hotmail.com,pmagesa@gmail.com​, pharesmagesa@yahoo.com (food and beverages will be served to confirmed participants, please confirm as soon as possible)

    The following papers will be presented at the above Forum :

    1. Yes we can by tapping into our inner potentials by Phillemon C. G. Kisamo, Managing Director, Peak Performance International (T) Ltd
    2. Is our education and training system an “engine” for economic growth? by Masozi David Nyirenda, a Specialist in Education Planning, Management, Financing, Economics of Education and Policy Studies; Senior Fund Allocation Officer, Tanzania Education Authority,
    3. Uongozi kama Uwakala Katika Utawala Bora, by Dickson Hyasint Hyera, Head of Audit, KCB Bank Tanzania Ltd and Managing Consultant, Konsalt.
    4. Farmers Commercialization Concept Paper, by Raymond J. Menard, Executive Director / CEO, Cheetah Development
    5. MicroMicro-Venture Capital: Financing the “Missing Middle“, by Raymond J. Menard Executive Director / CEO, Cheetah Development
    6. NTBs and impacts on Regional Integration efforts what MUST be done? Mr. Lyimo of TradeMark East Africa
    7. G20 G8 Summits Commitments to Tanzania what have been the effects if any?
    8. Small Industries Development ( a look at what happened to the initiatives started in first phase government ) and what needs to be done now by each stakeholders.
    9. Investment in Agriculture what has to be done in the short, medium and long term. What about issues of Land tenure and rural energy.
    10. Employment creation major areas for generation of jobs as a cross cutting issue for both government and private sector. Are labour laws conducive and is there an enabling environment in reality, Both in Tanzania and in the region?
    11. How can Minerals and Natural Gas Resources be used to Transform Tanzania Economy by Fred Matola Msemwa , Director of Internal Audit, Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA)
    12. Integrated Agribusiness products and Services value chains development and management and financing – a perfect tool for abject poverty alleviation and sustainable wealth creation by Herment A. Mrema of Africa Rural Development Support Initiative
    13. Opportunities and Challenges for using formal and informal Entrepreneurship Education o build the next Generation of Tanzanian Entrepreneurs by Dr. Donath Olomi, CEO- Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship Development (IMED)

    All delegates will participate in the discusions, some issues may be raised from the floor provided are in line with the theme.

    Thanks to the following organisations for supporting/sponsoring the event:

    1. African Barrick Gold Plc (ABG)
    2. Car Track (T) Ltd
    3. SIA Ltd (SME in Action)
    4. Professional Approach Group
    5. Mbezi Garden Hotel Ltd
    6. Geo Fields (T) Ltd
    7. New Solutions Inc. Ltd
    8. ID Cards Solutions Ltd

    We are still accepting more sponsors..!!!

    With best regards,

    Phares Magesa
    Tanzania Professionals Network (TPN)
    +255 784 618320