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CAFS Acting Director, Prof. Eliwo Akoto, was received in audience by the Togolese Prime Minister and Head of Government, Mr. Fossoun Gilbert Houngbo, on 24 February 2011.
They discussed the current efforts by the CAFS Management to revitalize the CAFS/CEFA Lome Regional Office for Western and Central Africa. CAFS delegation seeks the support of the Togo Government in this process. The goal is that the Lome Office should once again become one of the leading institutions in the region in CB in the areas of HIV&AIDS, Sexual and Reproductive Health, and Family Planning. Prof. Akoto also briefed the Premier on the on-going reforms within CAFS, which will see the Lomé Regional office strengthened and revitalized.
The meeting, which was held at the Prime Minister's offices, was part of a series of meetings with stakeholders and senior government and UN officials, that Prof. Akoto had during his one week visit to the Lome Regional Office. Prof. Akoto had travelled to Togo with the CAFS Finance and Support Services Manager, Mr. Kiplagat Chebii.
Participants at CAFS Courses
The Landmark agreement photographs were taken at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nairobi Kenya during the signing between CAFS and IPPF AR.
CAFS Staff Members
The snapshots were taken in Kigali Rwanda, where CAFS' Technical Assistance Team had visited to offer Technical Assistance to Imbuto Foundation's administration and programme staff members
Leaders from various NGOs in Kenya held a peaceful protest on Thursday, 21st November 2013 in a bid to reject the miscellaneous amendments to the PBO Act proposed by the government.
The amendments, if accepted would see the country lose Ksh. 152 billion CSO contribution that goes into development among other vices.
TSF Eastern Africa Related Activites
The training workshop on 'What Works for Women and Girls in HIV/AIDS Programming' was held at the Silver Springs Hotel Nairobi from May 22nd to 24th