The Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory (ACCPA), in partnership with the Economic Society of Tanzania (EST), has successfully completed a one-day training for select media professionals in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

The Africa-China Centre for Policy and Advisory is a Sino-African research and policy think tank and advisory firm headquartered in Accra, Ghana.

The Centre is dedicated to providing unbiased policy and market research as well as distinct views on Africa-China relations.

This is part of the ACCPA’s capacity-building program dubbed “Media Professionals Workshop on Africa-China Relations.” The first of which was held in Tanzania. This training will be conducted for media professionals across multiple countries on the continent in the coming months.

The training was facilitated by Paul Frimpong, the Founder & Executive Director of the ACCPA, and Dr. Rosemary Mnongya, a Lecturer at Ardhi University of Tanzania and a Senior Research Fellow of the ACCPA.

A section of the media professionals during the training

The media professionals from Tanzania (from TV, radio, newspapers, online blogs, etc.) were taking through key insights regarding Africa-China relations in trade and investment, as well as the relevant roles of the media in driving Tanzania-China relations.

Paul Frimpong, Executive Director of the Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory presented to the participants.


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