5th Tokyo International Conference on African Development

We are pleased to announce that BMC INTERNATIONAL is attending the 5th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD V) in Yokohama, to be held on June 1-3 2013.

BMC International will be present in this conference, with our own exhibition stand, where we are having a presentation about SDC-mob, and its possibilities for the economies of Africa, to increase domestic tax revenue through the implementation of a new and efficient VAT Collection System.

We encourage you to join us at the 5th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD V) in Yokohama.

If you wish to arrange a meeting with our team in this conference please contact us, our team will gladly answer your questions

What is TICAD

TICAD stands for “Tokyo International Conference on African Development”. But it is more than a conference. TICAD has become a major global framework for Asia and Africa to collaborate in promoting Africa’s development. The first Tokyo Conference was held in 1993 and ushered in a continuing process of support for Africa and consensus-building around African development priorities. That process was bolstered with a second Tokyo conference in 1998.

TICAD’s Main Objectives

The objectives of TICAD are two-fold: 1) to promote high-level policy dialogue between African leaders and their partners; and 2) to mobilize support for African-owned development initiatives. These objectives are embodied in the concept of “ownership” and “partnership”.

For more information visit the official website of TICAD V http://www.ticad.net