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Second Meeting, Abuja, Nigeria, 19-20 November 2002

 

list of participants
(Updated on 8 November 2002)

 

 

Keynote speakers


1. H.E. Mr Olusegun Obasanjo, President of Nigeria
2. H.E. Mr Blaise Compaore, President of Burkina Faso

Ministers

1. Bulgaria (Mr Vladimir Atanassov, Minister of Education and Science)
2. Canada (Ms Susan Whelan, Minister for International Cooperation)
3. Cuba (Mr Luis Gomez Gutiérrez, Minister of Education)
4. El Salvador (Mr Rolando Ernesto Marin, Minister of Education)
5. Ghana (Mr Christopher Ameyaw Ekumfi, Minister of Education)
6. India (Dr Murli Manohar Joshi, Minister of Human Resource Development, Science & Technology)
7. Japan (Mr Ichiro Fujisaki, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs)
8. Jordan (Mr Khaled Toukan, Minister of Education)
9. Kenya (Mr Henry Kosgey, Minister for Education)
10. Mozambique (Ms Lydia Brito, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research)
11. Nigeria (Prof Abraham Babalola Borishade, Minister of Education)
12. Norway (Ms Hilde Frafjord Johnson, Minister of International Development)
13. Samoa (Ms Fiame Naomi Mata'afa, Minister of Education)
14. Tanzania (Mr Joseph Mungai, Minister of Education)
15. The Russian Federation (Mr Vladimir M. Filippov, Minister of General and Vocational Education)
16. Yemen (Dr Fadl Abu Ghanim, Minister of Education)

 

Multilateral and bilateral agencies


1. UNESCO (Mr Koïchiro Matsuura, Director General)
2. UNICEF (Ms Carol Bellamy, Executive Director)
3. UNAIDS (Mr Peter Piot, Executive Director)
4. UNFPA (Mr Kunio Waki, Deputy Executive Director)
5. The World Bank (Ms Ruth Kagia, Director for Education)
6. USAID (Mr Andrew S. Natsios, Administrator)
7. European Commission


Non-Governmental Organizations


1. African Network Campaign on Education for All (ANCEFA) (Mr Gorgui Sow, Lead Moderator)
2. Asian/South Pacific Bureau of Adult Education (ASPBAE) (Ms Maria Lourdes Khan, Secretary-General)
3. Asociación Brasileira des ONGs (ABONG) (Ms Vera Masagao Ribeiro, Vice President)
4. Education International (Ms Mary Hatwood Futrell, President)
5. Global Campaign for Education (Mr Kailash Satyarthi, Chair)