The 6th Tana Forum on Security in Africa due to commence this weekend

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The sixth Tana High Level Forum on security in Africa will be held this weekend from 22 to 23 April 2017 in Bahir Dar town, Amhara regional state under the theme: “Natural Resource Governance in Africa.

The forum which brings together African Head of State and Government, notable African personalities, academics, and spectrum of international actors serves a key platform to take on ideas on Africa’s role and responsibility within the international security arena.

This year’s forum will attract more than 250, Heads of State and Government, leaders from the private sector, civil society, eminent personalities, and representatives of African and non-African multi-lateral bodies.

President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, is the keynote speaker at the sixth Tana High Level Forum on security in Africa

The Tana Forum is an independent forum on peace and security in Africa. Held every year in the northern Ethiopian city of Bahir Dar, the forum brings together current and former Heads of State and Government, policy makers, civil society, and academia from across the continent in an informal gathering to seek Africa-centered solutions to peace and security challenges on the continent.

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