ICACD 2008 will draw global attention to African culture and examine how global actions and programs for Africa’s development are affected by the various cultures of Africa.
ICACD seeks to re-examine African cultural institutions and practices and explore avenues where the institutions and practices can be used as a tool for the development of the African continent.
ICACD is a platform for Africans to make an input on how their culture and social institutions can compliment government efforts in achieving growth and development on the continent.
The ICACD 2008 will examine how global actions, Policies and Programs for Africa are affected by the various cultures in Africa. More importantly, the conference will look at how the culture and the social set up of African societies will compliment programs and policies directed at achieving desired goals in the MDGs.
The conference is a wonderful opportunity for all stakeholders to discuss what is happening in Africa and why we are not achieving targets in Africa.
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