U.S.-Africa Policy Forum

By Invitation Only

At the conclusion of the six roundtables held during the first three days of the Ronald H. Brown African Affairs Series (September 12-14th), CFA will convene a high-level, non-partisan U.S.-Africa Policy Forum to hear the outcome of the six roundtables, and then to debate and agree on specific recommendations for the next U.S. Presidential Administration that CFA will make on Capacity Building, Next Generation Leadership, Trade & Investment, Healthcare Infrastructure, Democracy & Governance, Agriculture, and Diaspora Engagement. CFA will publish these recommendations and this document will constitute CFA’s mantra for advocacy leading up to the U.S. presidential elections, and  will also be shared with opinion-makers and stakeholders across the spectrum.  

View the program agenda here.


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