The 3rd Africa Resource Bank Update

Published on 1st November 2005

Sponsored by: The Friedrich Naumann Foundation

Theme: Conquering Poverty in Africa through Business

Date: November 27-30, 2005

Venue: Lake Bogoria Spa Resort

Registration Fee: US$300 (All cheques payable to Inter Region Economic Network)

Africa Should Do It! Can business conquer poverty in Africa? If yes, what environment is suitable for business growth? If No, what other strategies can African people employ in fighting poverty? Join us in the Third Africa Resource Bank meeting this November. To register email [email protected] or [email protected]. See registration form on http:

Registration Deadline

The deadline for registration for the 3rd Africa Resource Bank is Nov 10, 2005. The registration fee can be paid either by cheque or in cash at the IREN office desk on or before Nov 27, 2005. Registration fee is compulsory.


Participants who are interested in making presentations are asked to mail topic, summary of the paper, and a brief bio about themselves by Nov 10, 2005, for this will facilitate being included in the schedule of presentations. During the meeting, participants will be given a chance to summarize the content in their papers and this will be followed by a brainstorming session.

Participating Countries as of November 1, 2005

  • Nigeria
  • Kenya
  • Ghana
  • Rwanda
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda
  • South Africa
  • Zimbabwe
  • Senegal
  • U.S.A
  • Canada
  • Germany

Travel from Nairobi

All registered delegates are requested to be in Nairobi (IREN office parking zone) by 9.00am on 27th November for onward travel to Bogoria. IREN will not cater for travel expenses for those who will be left behind after departure.

NOTE: Limited vacancy, closing date Nov 10, 2005. Only registered delegates will be allowed in the meeting hall.


IREN Kenya – Argwings Kodhek Road Hurlingham, Nyaku House Nairobi.

Box 135 GPO Code 00100 Nairobi, Kenya. Phone: 254202731497 Fax: 254202723258

Cell: 254733823062

Email [email protected], [email protected],

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