The Africa Program at The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) announces a three-day conference (April 28-30, 2006) on a development strategy for the Horn of Africa. The conference, which will take place at UTA, will feature seven workshops. The themes are: macro-economic development, agricultural and rural development, infrastructure and water development, globalization and international development, healthcare system improvement strategy, women and social development, and environmental issues and sustainable development.
Participants will be drawn from academic institutions, non-governmental organizations, civic groups, and international organizations.
The deadline for submitting paper proposals is November 1, 2005. Proposals should include a 250-word abstract along with the author's address, telephone, e-mail, and institutional affiliation.
Dr. Alusine Jalloh, Founding Director
The Africa Program
The University of Texas at Arlington
P.O. Box 19991
Arlington, Texas 76019-0991
Phone: (817) 272-5302
Fax: (817) 272-5210
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