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Towards Population Ageing in Africa

ageing, healthcare, Japan, Africa

The world is ageing, and Africa is not the exception. The population ageing is a blessing as people are living longer, but also there are various challenges: double burden of diseases with persisting infectious diseases as well as increasing non-communicable diseases will inevitably raise the demand of health and long-term care. Come join us in discussing challenges and prospects of ageing in Africa, together with former Minister of Health for the Republic of Senegal, Dr Awa Marie Coll-Seck and key experts from Africa and Asia.

Date and Time

29 August 2019, Thursday, 13:00-14:30

Venue

PACIFICO Yokohama Exhibition Hall B08, 1-1-1, Minato mirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama city Access

Language

English (Simultaneous Interpretation to Japanese and French will be available)

Admission fee

None

Capacity

200 people

Register

http://www.123formbuilder.com/form-4910104/form

Organisers

The KAKENHI Project Team for  "Future Population Ageing in East Africa: A Cross-Disciplinary Study of Social Welfare and Elderly Care (Funded by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)

Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)

Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE)

Nagasaki University 

Supported by:

National Institute of Population and Society Security Research

 

List of Speakers

Akio OkawaraPresident and CEO, JCIE
Awa Marie Coll-SeckPresident of CN-ITIE, Former Minister of Health for the Republic of Senegal
Prafulla MishraRegional Director-Africa, HelpAge International
MalikiDirector for Population Planning and Social Security, Ministry of National Development and Planning, Indonesia
Ken MasudaAssociate Professor, Nagasaki University School of Tropical Medicine and Global Health
Reiko HayashiDirector, Department of International Research and Cooperation, IPSS
Osuke Komazawa

Special Advisor to the President for Healthcare and Long Term Care Policy, ERIA

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*This event is generally for those registered in advanced, but some walk-ins will also be accepted

*Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD7) is an invitation-based international conference but this event will be open to public and does not require an invitation

Starting Date

29 August 2019

End Date

29 August 2019

Category

Seminar

Location

Yokohama, Japan

Contact Info

Nanda Putri


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